Title: Indian River advocate
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Title: Indian River advocate
Uniform Title: Indian River advocate
Physical Description: v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Graham & Walton
Place of Publication: Titusville,Fla. ; Indian River City
Titusville ;
Indian River Fla
Publication Date: April 15, 1898
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Indian River (Fla. : Lagoon)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 3, no. 15 (Nov. 20, 1891)- ; -v. 13, no. 15 (Nov. 20, 1896).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079909
Volume ID: VID00179
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 31876449
alephbibnum - 002071721
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Preceded by: East Coast advocate
Succeeded by: Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle

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16. ISTo, 9. TITUSVILLE FLA. JPIIIDA.Y
APKIL 15, 1898. Jiie, 5c,



Reading notice ads. are tea cent* VICTOR BICYCLES at reduced prices. By BOOKS, CLOCKS. Etc. a nice assortment SPECIAL SALE of ladles* straw shapes PERSONS VISITING: TlfK EAST AMONG THE IrtQTEtS.

ijlnfl on* thin page. Tou can get the best wheels at the at Screvea's Drug Store, and sal lose, Saturday and Moaday, Coast of Florida, or- resident*, would
best
_ i prices atF. Tltusvllle.Mr. Gardseh A Walker. do. well to call ate the linn storeof
W. Beer* Where So See Hit of hotel
Julius Kline, Tltusvllle, as he canrlea stop. ***

LOCAL NEWS, St. Augustine, Fla. Robt. Ransoo, of St. Augustine, The loard of Trade rooms will the largest and most desirable sfoakof our 711 page.Tho .

interest.I.tr was a passenger on yesterday's south- hereafter lie opened nightly.for the convenience dry goods on this const. Aiivocatk Is now. on, file a* all
,,1 Topic* of General Cocoa Is to to have a May Day cele bull ml train, en route to Miami. ef members and their fiieuds.Mr. the bestf hotels in Neva York oily*

bration, and we wish it every success. May Day festivities at Cocoa will be and Mrs. E., P. rwcher and Never fall to rued our inside pages. Hotel Ormond baa* closed for- the

end General Gossip In connection Post master John C. Jones' returned celebrated on Tuesday, Mav tfid. The family, # Cocoa, have been visiting Mr. You will nlnnyn Slid something' to. Interest season.Tho .

lth Blseayue Hay. take Worth, Indian. here, Tuesday, from his trip to Georglana. first of May comes on a Sunday. and Mrs. D. A. UlodgeU, at Daytoga, jou.Mr. Tampa Bay hatolihns closed for
Klvere. Key Went this week. .
and JIallfax and
> Mrsv.l. Ostciioy aniltditugh.twr
Oleander* 11 and Chinaberry the Benson, but thenslntorliim la still
tnaguo
Point* alonu the
nil other Important of Rockludif passed thrtoiithi heie
nl| trees covered with hlmsoin ('apt. A. J. Canoviu who wns : .
open.Supt.
of Florida. Krlrf mention oft St. Gabriel's Guild will meet at the are ntprehftit engioed
tlH'lr
Coast yesterday. >ti lo Sea&aoexv to
,wt r lni Kvents rrom Various Part* Boatd of Trade rooms this (Fridaj) ami rose bushes are full of buds.Mr. by Mr Pierre is LoiUlsrd during the, spend a week i' I wo way, C. II. Koolt Is expect t tore-
past season again his friends
,
the World; Abmit People Von Know afternoon.Mr. and Mrs. Win. M. Merwln, who at. Ro kledgn.Mr. among Miss Latum Sharp lh efOrient turn lo St. AnguHne to Iy from 'hie
Vo IJon't Know Plrkodby have been the winter their trip to Miami anil Key Wwt,
1(| People -!- J. D. Crnbb, of Cocoa, came up spending ai school 'tenchwi hi. Sh'arpes, avitved In
r Ho lety Editor and a large staff to tow n Tuesday. He business cosy Kockledge restdem-e, will soon and Mrs. R. R. MoCormlck, who.
was on a town yenteriiiv, to s end *> few da>a The Hr. Aiigosthio Cnslno, walrh has
scattered along the leave for Milfoid have had a delight!*! solourii of Homo
Correspondents trip to Sun ford; ComuMr.
[ months in their winter honi ut Coolimit with her frUmU, Mis. Joseph-1"- Brown been so ably mnaagedi by Sui.. A. M.Tn I. 1 AMT"
Morlda.
of
aat Coast Mrs. Q. Stewart, of Coquina, hat. and Mrs. B.V.. Currlet, Miss Gr.ve, expect to pass through and sister.Mrs. >lor during this season, will close

been tlsiting .Mr. and Mrs A. A. Stewart Helen and Master Donald, after sojourning Titusvllle to-day ot to-morrow on ttmir Idrsdbiiry sud mm, Mr. K. L.Bradbury. to-morrow (SiitiMilsy).

THE ADVOCATE, during the past week.Mr. at Hotel Ormoud all ihe winter, left way to Philadelphia. Xlmlra, N. Y., w re pleasant The many frfeads of Manager Jos. V.Gr .

$1.50 per annum. In advance. this week fortiu-ir home InLyuu, Muss.Mr. callers at tills othVe yesterday. They nves, of Hotel Alonxar. St. Angnstlne -
F. T. Budge of Miami
Senator Gaillard
* came Heary ot St.
1.00 six months, expect to. leave for the noslti In about aweek's are rlad to learn that h* has nearly
to town look and Mrs. A. D. Baldwin of
,2. per ttme. protracted illness.
his business Interests at this place.Mrs. New Il.iveu, C ma., after sojourning at for the pin pose of taking a trip on Indian

their orange grove at Kockledge during River and also to attend to business Art lioin In our paper the other Hotel Magauiin, St. Augustine, closed

will oblige by paying upir W. II. Glensoii, of Eau Gallic, the past live or six months, have started matters connected with the steamboat week, to the effect that Mr. S D. Gelger Its doors oa> Tuesday, tho remaining
was In towu from Monday until Tuesday, homewards fi.r the summer. Mr. and company, of which ho is treasurer.Mrs. had deposed of Ills Insurance business, guests being transferred to Hotel Buckingham

subscription. and gave our office a pleasant call.t Mrs. Baldwin are among the first of the was erroneous, ns lie Is still representing both of which hotels have, aa
# If you need any job printing, weII fail winter visitors to arrive at Rockledge. E. A. Chattletd, of New Haven, Ios usual tuiripants*. usual, bee* andcr the management ofMr.
Do aot to cast on our Conn., who has been sojourning at hei
your eyes
of it.
be pleased to get a snare Geo. Cllowe this winter and have
third page, lor you will probably find The funeral services for the late J.A. winter home at Rockledge, left for her Mrs. T. T. WetMorn left here onTuesday's enjoyed aa unusually good ,

_.tfr. and Mrs. II. J. R'wsiter, ofkledge something llieie that will interest >ou.Mis. . Daughtry (col), -111 be held at 3:0o'clock home on Wednesday, after a very pleasant steamer (or Men lit, where season.

; are in town today.Mr. p. m., Sunday, April 17th, at the season spent among Itor nuineionsfilends. she expects to stay a week or so for Ihe We ntwlersfarid that negotiations for
W. T. A vera left hero, Saturday colored Baptist church, Tllusvill*. All She was accompanied by her benefit of her health. Little Miss Louise Ihe building of Mr. Flagler's Colonial"

- J. O. Bast, of Courtenay, spent last, lor Smithville, Ga., where she of his friends ( hlie and colored), are blight and charming youuir daughter, Brown aoooinp.iuivd her.Mr. hotel at Nassau urn once more progressing
m Friday unlll Tuesdny at the Indian was called owing to the serious illness of cordially Invited to attend. Rev. N.V.. who has been enjoying.a visit of several aa they should, and It la more thsa

er lintel.Miss her mother.Mr. Robinson, P. M., officiating.Mr. weeks at Rockledge with her mother. his Fred Lostoy, of this place,shell hnsIn likely that the actual > ork of construction
possession it huge dynamite
- Kitty McDonald, of Miami, liasa and Mrs. Geoi W Morton and A It. Gladwin,, brother of Mr.S. Special attention is dlreoted to the from tiu) mag'izlneof tin-Ill-fated man-o'- event will of soon with bo commenced. la the
war Spalu, material cou4h !
visiiiog friends iu St. Augustine Miss Sylvia Morton, left here,. Wednesday N. Glidwin, Is in town visiting the pnge advettisement of Mr. EdwaidSilling warshli MhIiio, which lie was showing taken to Nhhssii Iu British vessels se>

week.Il.ive. for J tcksonvllle, and boarded the latter. He hails from Pittsfield, Mass., of Cocoa, in this issue. Mtny around to his fi lends this morning.Rev. that that trouble would not hinder,the

- you read about the annual Injury steamer Algonquin yesterday for New and Is spending the. winter fishing on bargains are apparent, as Mr. Stllltui is James Hoiion, a former resident erection of the proposed elegant structure.
York. will
the
sale ot Air. Edward Silling on They spend summer the ErfBt Coast, having arrived heiefrom desirous of making room lor his new of Indian River, lint now of Co o For further uews In regard to this
north,
tlilrd page ? i Miami last week in a Inlineh with his stock, and It will he to the Interest of nut Grove, wilt attend tho meeting of hotel sett page 0.
Mrs. W. A. Norwood and two chlldren brother. those needing anything In hardware to
the State Association of Ihe
-Miss B-ssie- Hall, of Sharpes, has call and examine his Immense lino In Congregational
of Ocala, have been guests of Mrs.D C. B. Knott church, wh'oh will meet In Jacksonville
In spending a few days in town with Mr. II. M. Flagler, Supt. these goods. Mall orders promptly
"father and sister.jJudgo L. Gauldvn a day or so this week and Contractor J. A. McDonald passed tilled. on Tuesiluy next.Mr. FISHING ON EAST COAST,
stopping at the Indian River hotel. Mis.Norwoiid .
M. S. Jonea/left here, Mon- formerly resided on Indian through Tltusvllle, Monday uittht, onboard Mr/II. J. Smith and family after .' II. M, Flagler, accompanied by
\ various In Volusia hotel.Rev. Mr. Flagler's special train, which Mr. and Mrs. K. M. Ashley, Miss Pommy Mr. A. It, Gladwin, of Pittsfield, Mas*..
for .
places county River the
spending si-nsoti pleasantly ai
returned from Miami to St. Augusilneon very
( and Mrs. Hlnsell, also Secretaries J. C has made some good catches of trout
business
matters.jThere James Bolton, of Cocoanul Tuesday night, whirling past this their winter home at Rockledge, passed Mailer and C. D. llnlce, left St Aubuk- and othor fish from the Tltusvllle wharf

will probably be a dance at Grove, in writing I lie Advocate, says: town about5:15: o'clock In the afternoon. their through home here, Wednusda),Lakes en route N. J.to line iu a special train, Tuesday, for New this week.Mr. .
at Pomp'on ,
[opera house next week, LaGrange "Your is always interesting to me, Yoik.
Mims please notice.. it keeps paper me In touch with the section Miss B. E. Smith, daughter of Capt.J. Their arrival will lie anxiously looked Chas. Hall, of New York, who has
as
of where I spout four very II. Smith, anil Miss Georgette liiltton, for on Indian River next season, for lliey Wo beg to acknowledge, with thanks, made quite a record as an angler on Indian
1-31 r. Stanley Jones lias returned toto country and where 1 made the Captain's niece, arrived here Iroin are quite an acquisition to Rockledge, a very excellent photograph taken by River this filter, has been lndulgiIng
after spending several weeks on friends.pleasant"years, many Jacksonville on Tuesday. Both these and their many friends dislike to see one of our New Roelielle' (N. Y.) friends in his favorite sport at New Smyrnal

[place west of Fort PierB. young ladies have visited. Tltusvllle befoie them leave, while at Hotel Onimnd the past season.It ho past week,

l-All Prof. George W. Eatherl.v, who has and we have no doubt they will Is ii vlewi of the "Major's chair,"
kinds are'done
of job prim lug the Mr 0. G. who
Writing Advocate from Montclajr Irfingiieull has been
-
,
had of school their to visit Indian. River,
charge LaGiange public againenoy| under the palmetto palms snd other surroundings
lily and expeditiously by C. Spald1 the winter ieft* for Smith N. J., Mr. Ed ard llariensleln, making some tine llsh catches near St.Lucie .
p.iai on Monday They accompanied Capt. on a trip at the head of the Tomoka
at the old Daytonlan office, Dajfona.iPresldent proprietor of tho Mansion hot el : Inlet, has gone for tho summer
says
Hrooksville, where he has Hue orange down Indian River on yesterday's steamer river, closu to the Seminole Indian well,
Geo. F. Miles, of the IndlJltlver grove. He will probably go as far as St. Auguslitio. "I find the Advocate very Interesting riiree Tltusvlllliins and a prominent and months lo Sootlund, wheie ho wllL.
doubtless his
Stetmboat for New *'. week time to my guests and mvself. Kindly remember try luck with Ihe mountain
Co., left Washington, D. in a lew charming young Inly resident of New
C. C. Chllllngworth, one ofAtlanta's to all Tltusvllle fi lewis." brook Hunt, n species of
Attorney me my very gamey
|k, Monday, morning, on a busluessIMih. to attend a to.tclieis' convention.Mr Kochollo are aim* Included In, the plctine,
i Ising young attorneyshas been Mr. Hartenstein spent the winter here the finny tribe there.Mr. .

*. C. B. Farnswortli and Miss spending a couple of days or so In town at the Indian* Klver hotel a few yeais Mr. James P. Uoale, of St. AuguitIne E. L. of Elmlra N. Y.
Jennie ,G. Hall, after sojourn1 A. M.Karnworth, well-known residents of this week, conferring wlili Mr. Geo. M.Robbtus ago, ut which time lie suiTored much traveling |iiisscnger agent of thel.It. awl Willie McFurland Jlrmlbury,have been ,
.fishingat
la St. Augustine all the winter, has Mi for home upon certain legal matters. In from rheumatism, but our genial* climate .
providence, R. I.. Mouday A II. B. I. N. Co., gave our office a Ihe llautover during the week or'so
fcrned to her home In Providence, It. afternoon, after upending about four company with Mr. Kobliins, he left for set him on the right road to short call on fil-liy last. He was on his uwl are delighted with Ihe past big hauls

she owns property ou Indian Kiver.Mrs. months st hie Indian River hotel, Tltusvllle. DeLand yesterday, and from there Intends torecovery. way fo Palm Beach In the In'eresta of ot trout they made. One day this

[ S. D.Oelger and children, acIpHQied Their Ipdiitn River friends hope going to Macon and other'pointsen Stanley Brown and wtfe, of his company, Mr. Ileale Is quite an energetic week they cought over lOOIlis of trout

by her sister, Miss Corliss, to see them heie again next winter. route home. Elizabeth, N. I., who have been stopping man, and ho lias done good woik with Ihe line. Mr. Bradbury and Willi**

I here yesterday for Indianola, to Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Koch ami Mr.Geo. Among the pleasant caller* at this at Hotel Alcazar, St. Angus'Ine' for the above nompuny this season. He McFurland returned to Tltusvllle Wednesday
lid a week or bo with friends. office Wednesday was Mr. Albert -W.Kohert for a week or mo, ariived at the Indian returned to Tltusvllle on Wednesday, afternoon.Mr. .
G.i Bwizer of New York, after sojourning on
[Mr. A. D. Merwln, of Eden, who la In Titifsvllle, couple of days, a prominent real estate agent, of River hotel, Tltusvllle, Monday, and left and train boarded for .Jacksonvilli ihe J., T.A. K W. Hallway Oeo. W Huoble, of this place, has

ting his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.Al. took the steamer, last Saturday, for New Yoik and Palm Uo.icli. He was on next day for.Sanfonl, to take a trip up ) / caught hundreds of tarpon In his nets at

Merwln, at Rockledge, snent a P.ilm Beach and Miami. Mr. Koch has his way lo Gainesville to attend to some the St. John's liver. Yesterday I hey Referring to Mr. nnd Mrs.' A. J.Trlay Canaveral Bight during several weeks

while in Tltusvllle yesterday. been a great suffetet from asthma, and land matters, and from there Intended boarded the Clyde steamer Algonquin, formerly of Tltusvllle, Wednesday's past. He said they, were the biggest
the .East Coast climate Is already giving leaving for New York. Mr. Robert, wliu at Jacksonville, for New York. Dr. and Jacksonville Metropolis says: "E.J. nuisances he had to contend wtfh while)
There will be divine services at the him considerable relief.Mr. spent last summer in Europe and the Mrs. Brown ate said to boon their bridal Trlay, of this city, snld yesterday that pound fishing, as besides getting Into

Oallie Episcopal church on. Sunday winter at Palm Jleaoli, says he will probably tour; but whether they are or not, we he did not know what hud heuomo of the nets and breaking them, they destroyed
', the 17th Inst., morning and even- and Mrs. M. Schwab, of New be In Mexico this summer.Mr. shall be glad to see them on Indian River his brother, Alfred J. Trlay, United arid scattered the marketable llsh.In .

Archdeacon II. F. Brown will York, after a visit of aifew weeks with again, for they are a very,jdvial, pleasant States consul at llaraooa, Cuba, as be all directions.Mr. .
iate. County Commissioner and Mrs. J. Mendel James McComb, Jr., a former couple. had not heard from him since the situation
started homeward on well knowu resident of Tltusvllle, who John J. Jacob, of Clinton
at LaOrange, In Cuba became so critical. The
Northern L. Coleman and and
people who are at present Monday, stopping at St. Augustine and has been on a trip of several weeks' duriiion Mrs. M. Mr, Tampa Trlhtine of Hund.iy said Consul West Va., who 1ms been in town during
Indian Coleman
Mrs. Koswell lurt
River, are surprised, to find Jacksonville en route. Mrs. Schwab Isa down the Ea-t Coast, left for other here, Saturday the pust nine weeks, left for home onjWednesday.
left Havana for Klorlda .
i delightful weatherin It has last, for Wyckoff; N. J. The former Tilay Mutuiday.Mr
April. she had and home Mr. Jacob has
sister of Mr. Mendel, whom parts of Florida on Saturday Tilavisa son-in-law of Leo certainly
Capt.
i several
much cooler than month ofch lady has spent wlnteis In Tltusvllle
the.
He is representing the Valentine put in good time while here hunting
not seen In 17 years.Mr. list and
and where she has friends while Vogol, of this city, and If he wife
everybody is enjoying It. Co. of, New York, for which many ; awl fishing, and lias killed several alligators
W. II. Peters, of Brooklyn, N.Y Produce Mr. and Mrs. R. Coleman have lieen residing came over on the steamer, Sunday, they
hundred
Mr. Elgin F. Curry, a former deputy, who lias been residing with his family 11 rm lie has been 'doing an excellent here.continuously for about six are probably in St, Augustine, where some of quail and snipe,
on this coast. Mr. McComb and hauled Inn large number of the tinny
ctor of customs at Palm Beach, was in Daytona this winter, Is about to business years. Their friends very much regret Captain Vogel's family resides. MriTrlay
old friends while here, who tribe that usually besport themselves
Hsenger on Wednesday's southbound handsome boat-house built met many to have them leave Tltusvllle, but we was appointed consul by President
have a very will be pleased to seo him again on Indian In the waters of Indian Klver. He has
i, en route to Key West, lie bad at the foot of Third avenue, to shelter hope to see them here again at no distant Cleveland. been coming to Tltusvllle during the
i in Jacksonville for a week-or two.Mr. launch. A channel has River.Mr. date The remaining members of
his fine naphtha Among the jovial passengers on the past four winters, and we and his Irlend*
T. R. Crook well been dredged out to give plenty depth and Mrs. IrwnO.| Thursby, who the Tltusvllle Ladies' Orchestra are feeling southbound train, on Wednesday, were shall be pleased to see him here again.
known
a ors launch to enter.Mr. for week quite disconsolate over the loss of
s for his have been sojourning a or so Messrs. L. Bingham and J. W. Green,
grower of Clifton, who was in town their chief pianist, (juite a fow friends
iw very pleasantly at Kockledge, stopped and the Misses Margaret Gardner and M.A. .
days ago, says his grove is now S. N. Gladwin and son. Richard, over at the Indian River hotel, Tltusvllle, were at the station to bid them adieu.Mr. . Stout all prominent awl popular Hotel Co |iiImi, Ormoiul.
ing in fine condition It not launch Edith R. from
as was In the ,
,
came up until Saturday, on their officials of Hotel Ormoud.
Friday wsy They were
from
>H Daniel S. DeVlnne, who Is connected
damaged in .this winter's cold Miami, last Friday afternoon, to We spend a home to Brooklyn, N. Y. They left here with the DeVlnne Press, of Lafayette on their .way. to Key West, to take amuchneeded This hotel will bo ready to reoelv*

week or so at their home here.welcome Presume for for Sanford, taking the steamboat trip plaoe, New York, one of the largest outing after their laborious summer guests after 1st' of May until

Contractor J. A. McDonald and Mr. they received aglad Glad up the St. Johns river to Jacksonville.Mr and finest printing offices In Gotham, work during tho past winter. They will the I3th of September. Tho rates will

J- Ashley returned to St. Augustine It Is nearly four months He since has Mr.been employed Thursby Is a cousin of tho celebrated was a guest of the Indian Krver hotel, probably return to Ormond this evening, bo- very reasonable #2.00 a day, an<*.

Friday evening from their trip to win visited Titusville. hs lawn sinirer, Miss Emma Thursby, of New Tltusvllle, from Tuesday until Thurs and collect their belongings for the purpose $8 to 10 a week. Those wishing accommodatlon -.

'*", N. P., where they went at the this week cleaning In up Tltusvllle.Mr ,. Yoik. and-Mr. L. Thursby, of Merrltt.It day. He was on his way to his line of leaving for the North, where would do" well to write as

ie t of Mr. II. M. Flagler to open neations whichTis one of the neatest Is their first trip to Indian Rlver# and pineapple plantation at Bay View, about their genial faces will probably be again soon as possible toMhs.

for the purchase of Fleming w. Gordon Brown, one of IlobeSound's they were so pleased with It that they will forty-six miles south of this place.. The seen 'under the hospitable roof of that M. Vasce, Ormoud, Flu.,

>re, upon which be wants to build prominent pineapple growers, probably be here next winter.Capt. above firm employs about 30<> men and fine summer hotel, the New Mount i i i i

new hotel. They appeared to be oassed through Tltusvllle, Sunday las and Mrs. Chas. G. Longueufl, women In their establishment, five floors Pleasant House, White Mouutalna, which Town Tux IlookH Notice,.
pleased with the success they met home. He has len spen.Inff of an Immense brick building being occupied has been so successfully managed byMessrs.
1 >n Nassau. on hU way his a after spending the winter very pleasantly by the busy throng of workers, Anderson fc Price during the aort
sev al months with paren at Kockledge and Palm Bench, have The town tax books are now open
Princes Park, one of the most beautiful their summer home at Birch- who' print the century dictionary and past three summers. will remain so until the-first of June.U. .
to
LINE of Dimities, Bouretts, suburbs of Liverpool, where he says he cone wood Pitlochry, Scotland, where the various monthly magazines and books.Mr. [Local news continued on 8th page,] B. l'BITf IIAIID,
Took, remarkably DeVlnne took much pleasure in
tOUR Chatlllion Stripes, Lawns, had a royal time. He Advocate, as usual, follows them., The Colleotor.
., also laces and embroideries.' well after bis trip to England.wa captain Is a well known figure at Rockledice. showing us over his vast establishment
last summer, a notice of which our readers .
Tro for West.A
several v Key
has winters
where he "
spent
to shavr jooda.Oabonxii bee to recommend the Southern his will doubtless remember was published The "A Ivocnte.
& Walker.I pleasantly among numerous
Co. to those of our readershavimr very In the Advocate after
Hide Skin and this bis wife and her shortly detachment of colored soldiers
bides, furs, alligator skins, bees- friends; year onr visit. Sir. DeVlnne left for Kaa are The IwofAJ* River Advocatb Is on
Want : This firm has maids came from England to the Indian Gallic on yesterday's steamer. expected to pass through Tltusvllle today sale at the following news-stands, at fly*
to Buy Cn established In J'-' nv.l. River. Mrs. Loogaeuil Informed us that en route to Key West, via Miami. cents per copy :
,ong J they were very much pleased with our They are coming from Fort Missoula, Tltusvllle Mrs. Emma Eaton.

cheap piece of property farm ore climate, the excellent service at the coxy WHILE MANY ARE FOR WAR, we are Montana, and have been ordered to Key J. U. Screven.Tltusvllle .
I ; it must be a bargain. If you* and pop< 1r lftw R"ckl df hotel, aod doing our best to please our Indian West to garrison Fort Taylor. They

to come north, this Is your chance.at the many charming people she met here. River patrons. We bare everything In left Chattanooga yesterday two companies

[ a bargain for cash. Send full Both eaptalo and Mrs. Longueull will the dry goods tins you may need.Gakdskk of the Twenty-Fifth atrong. Bar All communications for this paper
iculars to Marti* McDobtouoh, be anxiously looked for next winter. Walkeb. should be addressed "The Advocate,

Box 9, Freeport, L. I. I Tltusvllle, Fla." This will Insure Ira-
n i i See their advt. on our 8th page. Typewriter Ilepalrlrtfr. F.lvery 8table*. mediate attention.

Palmetto DrugStore, Daytona.
Kockledge, Indian River,
Bones Wanted. Only expert in the state. Control the Boggles and wagons also saddle horses, As an advertising medium, no>

one of the most attractive general Drags, medicines, chemicals,fine toilet work of the state. Estimates furnished.Alfbed for hire by the hour, day or week. Hauling paper on the East Coast can beat theAdvocate. -

on the East Coast. You can find and send them to th soaps, brushes, combe, perfumery and Y. Laud, promptly attended to. Glva as trial advt,
rtning you need there. Fitting out Save your bonea fancy toilet articles In great variety. Room 417, Gardner Block.Jacksonville Apply to J. T. Pwci, and be convinced of the pink paper* v HUtf
II
ng parties a specialty. M. UcaToar, propr. Fla. Tltusvllle, FU. worth.

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INDlANlUVKtC ADVOCATE. APRIL 15W98.I .



bank, that bis balances were there on BACY'S SMOOTH, FAIR SKIN em all. Magnolia Grocery.

On' motion, It Is ordered that the aotnof What then Is worth hot tb.it excellence All members of the County Democratic
Executive Committee will please meet H. A.
HENRY
A Grateful M-i Writes this Letter $100 be taken from the Fine and Forfeiture or goodness which belongs to one at tho committee rooms at the courthouse ,

Tolls in.'l abcut Her Troubles When Fund and placed the credit of apart from all the accident* of fortune: In Tltusvllie, on Tuesday, April Wholesale and Retail Dealer In t01STAPH

Baby Crgko cu. vyllh Scrofula Sores. the Prisoners' Fund.On that personal nobleness or abllllv which 2'fth' 1S9S. I trust that all members

motion, it Is ordered that a permit is independent of extraneous circumstances will attend. Tom Johnson, ? AND FANCY GROCERIES.
At the n ,ti oi -i j mouths, my baby Chairman. i **:
be Issued to II. S. Williams to plant oysters and which can neither be given
bis
began to Iiuvu m>a una* cut on right Write for our Cash Price List
cheek. We ufd all the externsi appllcatlons on bis riparian tjghts on lot 4, sec. nor taken away. Or "Old Hubert," of Tax Collector's) Notice.I ojcall which will peai) | "

that we could think or bear of, 3, township 25, south of range 3d east. Gloucester, may answer for usiV< r 102 Main and 3.1 West Forsyth Streets, JACKSONVILLE, Fr,

to no stall. The sore* spread all overone Ills Honor, the county Judge, made the mote thaf>a uinn con, the moie will be at Tltusvllie after April 4th Telephone No. 255.GEOKG .

side of hi* faco. We consulted a pfaysNelan his monthly report for licenses Issued worth he ys." Ability Ih the. test of until the 1st of Mav for the purpose of

and ti led bis medicine,snd In a week during the month of March, which was worth, as utility la the (est of ,virtue. collecting taxes for Hie E. year W. Hall 1807.,

the lore ws4 jroue. T.ut to my aurprlite In examined and approved: lie who can do nothing Is worth nothing; Collector. MARX. JOHN xARi)
two tics tnoro ato.her acrofulous looking
wi On motion, it Is ordered that W* M. he who can d>t much shall be our hem.
sore in raced on baby's arm. It
Crew worsu and worse, and when hewas Smith be placed on the pauper list at $8 And whether heHlrty monsteis iir dig Switzerland Is an Anglicized form of
Dealers
Wholesale
three months old, I began giving him per mouth.On sewers, whether ho Invent of construct, the native Schweitz, the name of the In-

Hood's Sit-saparillu. I sUo took Hoou's motion, the report of Koad Cocn- whether be think ot/aet, if lie !<'onglitto three forest cantons, whoae people asserted GxocexIeeFruit ojtlGl 2=>rod.u.Ce

Saras peril's, snd before the first bottle missioners of district No. 4, op to Jan. purify human nature 'or to Improve their independence of Austria ml snd U3 Kual ICay tttreet and 0 sviid SNewuau Street,

was finished, yie sorts were welland have 1, 1808, and the road report of K. D.Iloke mankind materially, Intellectually or and afterward applied to the whotocountry. Jooltsonvllloj, i Flonfiof

never returned. lie Is now fouryearsold, formerly road commissioner of morally, we will deem him worthy. <

tint be has never had any sign of those district No. 5, to July 1st, 1H07, v.ero examined The proper peiceptlon and recognition i i iBe theIldest fruit
acrotnlous sores alnco he wns cured by ONE houses in the
and approved, and their vouchers of real woith is not a thing of small right and then gonliead. cm
Hood's Bar spsrllla, for which 1 feel very sure you are
placed on rllo for future refeience, moment. If we enthione Ibe false and . Be sure you get Hood's Sarsapailll.i -
grateful. My boy owes his goed health Wo aio headquartersffor all,kinds of Seed and Eating Potatoes
A number of bills audited and and confidently expect it and Go4 p
were dishonor the'true vou manv
nd smooth, fair akin to thin rreat med we promote miseiy blood and guaranteed genuine* We also carry a full line of Hay, Grain and Feed. ,,
will give appetite
ordered paid. and impede It behoves pnritv vour you and Give us a tiial and will *
icine. Mrs. S. 8. Wkots-n, Farming- progress. ns, and strength.nnod's your Oianges Vegetables. you be pleased.

ton, Delaware. Get only Hood's.T. therefore, to know what worth Is and MARX BROTHERS, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

ars prompt, efllolnit and Itobbetl the (2ra>e.A wherein It lies, and, having found it, todo Pills 'ack easily and promptly

HOOUS PUIS easy In eRucU wi whm It reverence. Any other policy means on the liver and bowels. Cnre sick head

startling incident, of wlrich Mr, retrogression and disaster. If the Ko- ache. K. WiNtuESDACH, Manager. F. G. Russei l, Tiw
John Oliver, of Philadelphia, was the ,
man senate had on either occasion despised
subject, is nanated by him ns follows:
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS "i in a most dreadful condition. Cincinnatus because their envoys MACHINE
was
My Portugal was the Tortus GalH of the FLORIDA WORKS
PROCEEDINGS.Titusvillk skin was almost yellow, eyes sunken, found him at one time '''holding the Romans, literally "the gate of Gaul," as
tongue coated, pain continually Jn back plough and at another dining on roast
and sides, no appotito gradually growing Rome would have been approached from the Mediterranean and
turnips probably
IRON and BRASS CASTINGS.
Fi.a.., Apr. 4, 1808. weaker day by day. Three physicians the Atlantic.
destroyed, it is not what has
had given me up. Fortunately, a fiiend a man ,
The Boaid of Brevard County Commissioners advised trying "Electiio Bitters;" and but what be Is and what be can do that General Repairing Promptlv & Accurately Don

met on the above date pursuant to my great joy and surprise, the flist must be the measure of his worth. And Ben are of Ointments for Catarrh -

to adjournment, when the following continued bottle made their a decided use for improvement.three weeks, and 1 he who cultivates any kind of woith in that contain Iron Building Columns, Shafting, Tulleyg, nanp.

members were present W. It. Klmrpo, am now a well man. I know they saved himself or promotes It in others, not Mercury.As and Boxes In
Stock.
chairman ; J. Mendel, J. U. Walker, J. my life, and lobbed the grave of another only ennobles himself, but adds to the Sash Weights and GiateBais

Houston, J. X. Waller; A. A. tttewart, victim. No one should tail to try them. common stock and becomes a public will suiely destroy the sonseof Saw Mandrels of all Siw
Only AOcts per bottle, at F. S. CballeeA mercury a Specialty.
clerk J. I*. Brown sbvilff. benefactor. the
; Co's. drug store. tWORTH. the smell and completely derange Furnished.suaAXt. .
The following business was transacted The majority of people are careless of whole system when entering It through

to-wlt : worth and prefer the pursuit of pleasure the mucous surfaces. Such articles -. iniiszcs.
should be used
never except on piescrlptlons -
The minutes of lust meeting were read or wealth. Hence their character resembles fiom reputable physicians, as the Telephone 102. Office and bhops at.End of Viaduct in RherwiJ

and oonflimed. that of the indlffeient husband damage they will do is ten fold to the

Permit granted to F. Louisiana to by lady cook (nee tknnksbkr clakmn) apostrophised by bis wife, when she good you can possibly obtain from them.Hall's JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.OHAS. .

carry a Winchester repeating rifle. s.tid : Catarrh Cuie, manufactured byF.
J. Cheney & /Co., Toledo, O., contains
Fur the Indian Jiieer A drocate
Whereas, it appears to this Board that : 'Too bail for a blessing,too good for a curse, no mercury, and Is taken internally,
it Is necessary to take steps to proteot [Continued from last.issue.] or I worse.wish from" uiy soul, thou wort better acting directly upon the blood and mucous B JuXJlvf cSc CO ,

the game of Brevard county ns well as Lord Bacon called riches the baggage surfaces of the system. In buyingHall's IIEAI.KR8 INFItio
There are others, however, few though
Catarrh Cure be tli6genuine.
the food flail at other points In Brevard or impedimenta of virtue, anil it is sure you get vr/lnes *:n certain they be by comparison, who have cbosan It is taken Internally and is
county than at Indian River Inlet; and, that the stress of extreme poverty the better part, and through good and made In Toledo, O., by FJ.. Cheney &
ft 419 XV,
whereas to this end It Is deemed liny M.,
requisite is calculated t destroy worth'. Someone bad report have followed their high Co. Testimonials free.HOTSold .

to recommend to the governor the else said: ."It Is easy to be virtuous callings, of whom oft times the world by druggists, 73c per bottle. 4 JACKSONVILLE, \ FLA

appointment of a Fish nnd (lame Warden on ten thousand a year," and most was not worthy. In science and philosophy K1CII W1KE8 create {rncirt, rlrt bnfl
I ; therefore, it Is ordered that such people think so, but we question whether Natal received its name from Vasco daGama thj blood. Don't n eke tbe mlitibS
in and and in
poetry art, every bu>ing eour r>oor Mine tectm i
recommendation be made, and tho governor it Is not easier to be virtuous with amore divine walk, their footsteps be because he discovered it on the cheap. It is not. It liua a naity, dugreeable
may
of this is eflect upon the i" i ihaicood
state hereby requested to moderate foast of
Income. the
The .
wise man traced, sometimes scaling the loftiest nativity.IF wine is really not Hoilve,vslve
appoint such Warden.On prayed, "Give me neither poverty >ou that pulled-tu iber,
noiriches.
and at others
heights, journeying ntlKfled feeling
l. motion, It was ordered thlt A. A. ." And it Is certain that in every through the humblest valleys of truth. VOtf NEED a Good, Reliable and HT W e make a Specialty of Noftbuna
Ford be, and he Is, keieby lecommoodedto condition of life the middle Mountain Dew (om Vhlfkty,
Widely-read
state Is the These men lived not for themselves Newspaper, Subscribe for years old,tb0 per gallon.
the Governor of Floi Ida for appointment safest. the Advocate. lartielivlna in Dry Toumwllli
alone, but gave their energies for mankind well loonier from na.
a* veciattliem
as Fish and (lame Warden of Bievard There Is, however, a glamour In wealth and left the world the better for 60 per cent,on all ordere.
f, county.On which dazzles and send
deceives the behold To Cure Always money wltn ort
their woik. And whatever the measure Constipation Forever.
We will not new aicountiimt
election of giving the printing of ers. They see Its pleasures, but know of their worth or the degree of their Take Cuscurets Oundv Cotnartio. lOo-orSSo. tillable Jacksonville open reference Ii i
rH the delinquent tax list for 1807, the Klovidia nothing of Its pains. To be able to' If C. C. C. fall to cure,druggists refund money t-o Oooila rent CO. I> tn Dn fit
success, or the station they occupied, Asent for lndlanopolla Krevintf
Star was elected to do the work.On purchase whatover the eye desires, or to however high or however low, whether Brewers snd Bottlers, Ir>oliaIiHercnles

motion, it was ordered that the command any /luxuty that money will as sages or simple citizens, their lives Most lleatttifiil Place on Indian Malt Tonic,(2 20 per case; Clayton & Russell Wild Cherry Brandy,$4 SO per cue.

petition of citizens of Valkaila for a buy the
appeals height of human bliss.
alike taught : ICiver, for Sale, at a Great
neighborhood load fiom Valkaiia post- But could they look behind tlie
scenes, "Who Is wise, brave, SAW AND PLANIXO MIXLS,
wickedly or madly llargaln. JACKSONVILLE YARD,
office the
to county road, be referred toKoad they might see In many a wealthy home, Is hut the more s fool, the more s knave. Pnlatka. Fla. ( K. Bay St., Foot of C UBe
Commis loner of Dlstilct No. 4.On gilm misery and Who noble etuis by noblo means obtains,
calking care, vacuous Or falllnjr, sinllns In exile or In chains. The famous Tuikey Creek Grove, consisting
motion, It was otdered that tirjon and satod lives, hearts seething with discontent Like good Aurelhia let bim reign, or bleed" trf 14 acres of orange grove and WILSON CYPRESS. COMPANY
Like Socrates
that man Is great Indied.
the petition of F. A. Chappel and twentyfive or doadoned by protracted gratification. 40 acies of land fronting on Indian Rlvei ,

citizens and property owners living and Tuikey Cieek, with steamboat land

In La Orange and Mlins, being all Tho author of the "Wealth of Nations" April Wisdom. ing nnd Tillman poHtoffico and railroad Mannfactuieis of.
station on the F. E. C. K'y. On the
cltUons and property owneis InteiestedIn says: "With the greater pait of rich place, lying on the west side of Indian
sure that your blood js pure, voui Lumber aiid Lath.A
the proposed change of road, praying people, the chief euoymont| of riches appetite.good, your digestion pcifecr. River, three miles south of Melbourne, Cypress Shingles, .

that tho publlo road leading from Titusvllle consists in the parade of riches, which, To purify your blood and build up two miles from Atlantic ocean beach.

.\ to Mims be so changed as to run In their eye, is never so complete- when your health, take Hood's Sarssparill.t. balance About 400 in good bearing orange trees, large stock of Dry Cypress flooring, ceiliDgsiding, mouldings, shitfh
will
east of tho residence of A. Froscher and they appear to possess thoso decisive This medicine cures of has blood accomplished diseases. It iemaskable is- 1000 boxes young this trees year., 'Can yield be about made lath and pickets always on hand, thus assuring prompt shipments. Cjpmmouldings

L. A. Coleman, instead of it running on matksof opulence, which nobody can the Oue True Blood Purifier.Hood's to yield 20U0 boxes a year in two years.6eivant's of all patterns a specialty. *

the west side, ns at present, it being a possess but themselves." If this be Sarsapai ilia has power to male house and good packing house When at home, write us for prices; when up our way, come and seem.

better and atraighter route; and there true, then the richest man Is no happier you well by purifying and emiching and rooms above. Good Ashing, quail,
your blood, giving you an.appetite, and deer and duck hunting up Turkey Creek;
to
being no objections said route, the than the Lord in
Mayor the
show line
haibor
who for boats
nerve, mental ami digestive strength. ; lovely river front,
Iiood Commissioner of said District No. notwithstanding the plaudits of a gap with beautiful forest trees. Hammock W. B. DAWSON

1, J. Mendel, be authorized to make such ing multitudo, may be raoro truly lands for sale cheap. Apply toD. ,
Women in
Fiance have red
just"sec a
L. Gauldex
change; aaid change to be made withOut ,
any expense to the county.In a slight addition to their legal rights. Atty. for owners, Wholesale and Retail
They henceforth be valid witnesses Titusville, Fla.
the matter of E. P. Branch In regard Snow Balllna;. may
About one to registrations of births, deaths and
to recovering some moneys from
K young woman marriages and to the in WINE
signatures legal &
the Maynard estate, be referred to the In ten nowadays documents. LITHIA SPRINGS, OA. LIPR

eounsel of the Board.On woald
dare to ran ent
petition of O. B. Gardner and forty bare headed SWEETWATER PARK HOTEL.Litbia .
Not of
men thought, alone, but men
otber freeholders of Precinct No. 1, the and bare handed Springs,Near Atlanta,Gs.
snd frolic of action push their way to wealth and 1 19 West Bay St. Jacksonville Fla.
following roads in said precinct ware, snd snow bait fame. Florida and New York sleepers paas our door. ,

for the present, declared neighborhood in midwinter. tion Hotel In opens the South.Feb. 18.Never The most any cases healthful of loca Fine Old
ennta5tons
Tbey bava Liquors Imported and Domestic Wines
roads, via': Toe river road running from be mafflsd op to Remarkable Rescue. the or place Infectious to spend diseases the spring, or even months malaria with, ,

Titus vllle to Wiley avenue; the read like hot house out risk. Not aa cold aa mountain resorts, nor
flowers before too warm to be safe. Rooms with both Mexican and Florida
from Mims to East Mlms the grates Cigars.JE
; road from they dare veo Mrs. Michael Curtain, Plalnfleld, 111., and steam heat, electric lights, private baths, .
the Enterprise road to. Pace's landing; tare out ia a*, makes the statement, that she caught and toilets, hot and cold running water. Sua

the road running from La Grange depot vere weather, cold, which settled on' hex lungs; she privileges.parlors aad glass-inclosed Hotel oost SJO0.0O0.porches All, stop kinds over of ITVZE F IVOY GJEfcOOEIfclESWHJSKEYS

to Salt Lake 'the .road sad even th a waa treated for a month by Tier family medicinal baths and the strongest Lithla water from G *
from $2.00 Per Compound
; ruuning Gallon
would shudder physician, but grew worse. lie told her known for rhenmatlsm, kidney and bladder upwards. I handle no
311 ms station to 8. Ellis' house.On of at the thought that that ahe waa a hopeless victim troubles. Send, for circular. $9 tb U to S4 per day j MP" Price List upon application. Tour Jug Trade Solicited.If .
rolUckiani 8sJ! faI w5"'UJ- month.
H.T.
petition 6f E. It. Rice et. al., for a the snow as of consumption and that no medicine of Paas Christian and Mauitou,Colo.ALKX you wish to open an account you must give first-class city references.

read from Main street, in Tltusvllie, at their grand could cure her. Iler druggist suggested
saetnera did.. Dr. King's New Discovery for
Intersection between said street and the Tbe trouble lies ta>the feet that to* few tion; she bought a bottle and to consump ber de

east boundary of section 4, township 22, of.TSBaaen the apecia enjoy} perfect health and suesrtb light found herself benefited from the 1TKAB. KBXKST TATXOB. THE SOUTHERN FDEt St SUPPLY

aouth range 35 east, and a point 15 feet who is net womanly well and organism.strong locally A w ma first dose. She continued its use and NEAR & TAYLOR
can

north of a post between J. Mendel's not enjoy good gvncral hearth. Dr. Pierce's after taking six bottles, found herself ,
Favorite Prescription cores all weakness sound and well; now does ber own (Successors to John
and his flatwoods lands the McAllister.)
grove Board and disease of the delicate sad importaat housework, and Is aa well aa ahe ever Wood Coal Coke Brick Lime Cement
appointed J. P. Mendel, Joe Louisiana organs concerned la wifehood and mother was. Free trial bottles of this Great Artesian Well Contractors ,

nnd Will Hill to mark, view and lay out hood. It is the moat perfect and scientific Discovery at F. S. Cbaffeee A Co's. drug ,

the same, and make their report to this ments remedy of ever women.devised It for restores the peculiar womanly ail store. Large bottles 50 cents and $1.00. | EAU GALLIE, FLA. Yitrifled Paving and Sidewalk Bricks

Board on the first Monday In May, 1808.On rower, strength and virility. It fWs and
up the nerves which have bcea> ahat,
motion, it was ordered that the tercd by suffering and disease. It 408 West
conecta Bay Street Jacksonville TelepboDi'jl
VTm. J.
road from all irregularities and Harkisrkimkr. Pres. n. E. IUnKisHEmBR Fla.
Burns' hammock to the Black derangements and Sec'y A Treas.

road, be laid over for one month. stops nervous exhausting invalids drains.to It-reatoica weak, K_ MUNNERLTy General M MjJItV"
perfect bealtb It is ,
The county treasurer made his monthly intended for this one class of disorder* sad The Elgin Bntter Company of Florida.
statement of the is good for no other. It in the diacovery of
general finances of 1 Invito
Dr.
R. V. Pierce, for thirty years chief con roar Attention to my Complete Stock of
the county, also on the fine and forfeiture sulting physician to the Invalids' Hotel and WHOLESALE

fund for the month of March, which otber Surgical known Institute medicine, at Buffalo can take, N.Its Y place.No OXLT.IBCLttox 4- HARDWARE AND CROCKERY 4Glassware. -

were examined and approved by the I have; ba troubled with female weakness arj-ca. Clieese
that ray physician called catarrh of the ,"
Board.J. womb
,"? ?* , :, ,, ,'-0''c"< ,> rtarlon Ce.., .Xanops and Lanterns. All kinds of Boat Goods Stoves, Tin* '
Houston and J. N. Waller Pa. I doctored for it and did nnt Office and Cold Storage 110 W. ,
were set better. St
Bay M8b ,
appointed At last I commenced taking Dr PtercTa Pavorita JACKSONVILLE, FLA. tZZIZ' nZ and W'nds' and Builders* Hardware, water coolers
a committee to destroy"the frr5ri*,oa- better 7' ?0'ck meal **H* ***
warrants taken ( ""J right along and whra Our 4 Crewo/Butter ia.belng nsed the ni . toves. Blue Flame kerosine oil stoves #&
by best
turned the r bottle* was cured. I recom merchants throoghout the 1*" PalnU *nd 0"8' Ia88e*
over by Treasurer according mended tbe Pavorite State and Wb FrUlT Jar" and Jel'T' P
Preacriptna to a frieudto The butter handled hjIs the product of d wire
of
to schedule. The Committee ? *"" **" "*"*' '"* ,hi"k- one the largest and best Creameries
w d VfoV In tbe State of Illinois. It ia always uniform
reporting having performed their duties, Constipation is a little illness that ifDr. Jn quality. Harrison Bros* Ready IV ixed Paints.m .

asked to be discharged, which was acsordlngty reelected builds a big oae. Pierce's Merchants) not recelvine; our quotat ns will do na a favor by writing for same. _. Pla o te me for Prices. i resp tfully iri! >

done. TheTreaurer also exiblted Pleasant Pellets cure constipation. Oue I JHTWE SELL, ONL.Y TO THE TBADE. prices ourpatronare. Mai Orders given Prompt and Careful Attention, and ""*
I little"Pellet is ajr.tl. ;. eni twi This ia positive. suaweren promptly,
> a certificate from Brevard State ft mild cathartic. They never gripe. | THE CSIEtTXE33West -
ELGIN BUTTER CO. Or FLORIDA. 3VX. 3D.

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rill be Continued until May 1st. We must make room for ourrapidly which is now


arriving.

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Below we offer you a few bargains from all Department. We have not .only cut on a few articles, but on our ENTIRE STOCK, Constating ofrdware


Lnmber, Paints; Stoves, Fnrnifure, Agricultural Implements, Wagons, Bicycles, Oils, Glass, Doors, Sash, Blinds, Brick,


LimeJ>iaent, Tin and Agate-Ware, Guns, Ammunition, Fishing Tackle, Wood and Willow Ware, Shingles and Lath, Ship Chandlery, Table and rocket Cutlery, Sterling Sliver and Plated Ware,

Artiste' Materials, Buggies, Baby Carriages, Wheel Barrows, Hand Carts, Trunks, Harness and a thousand and one more things Uxt numerous to mention.

Urge You to Come and Yisit oar Different Departments and see for Yourself. It will Pay You. Below we Enumerate a few Goods and Prices which we haYe to Offer :



PLANET Jr. TOOLS.









Single Wheel Iloo, $1.50,

Double Wheel Hoe, as shown, $0.00,


No. 2 Drill, as shown, $ ..50.KW .

EREMOTOR GOODS. 08ft.

pumping mill, 50-ft. tower, 21 bbl.
cypress tank, 1 K. I), gale storage tank,
1 1 x36 D. W. Point, 1 26x1(1( brass
cylinder, f. o. b. Cocoa, $142.25.




l7"i* mini hihuiii .ij i.w muni., mUQEEii

HOME SEWING MACHINES:"

awers, as shown $26.00
' ; '. . 23.00TANDARD
SEWING MACHINES.rawers. .

Paragon '. .$22.00
-;. % 25.00
26.00 Orange Clippers, as shown, 50 cents,

Cash with order.
Terms: Fertilizer and Seed Drill combined, $10.00.


BICYCLES.itlemen's Cedar buckets, 2 brass hoops $ .17 14 qt 27 One-horse Florence wagons, each.. 37.00 777 ' "
It .< 8 *' .20 Galvanized tubs from 55o to 70 buggies, each.. 35.00No. 20-gallon wash kettlosForcelaln
Westminster, 28-ln. wheel, Cedar buckets, 2 iron hoops, each .13 Diamond tire backs 50 3 pitcher pumps, each 1.2524ln lined stow pans, 3-qt. .
. & J. tires, ., % .; ... ..$:so.oo Axe handles, No. 1 .08 Masury's spar varnish, gal 3.00 well points, each. '. . . 1.00 4it.. . .
I's wheels, 24-lnoh ; 15W '" ' No. 2 .10 Hard oil finish, gat 1.00 2 seated buggies, each 45.002x3 Gasoline ovens, Russ Iron. . .
ara Tandems 06.00en Ben]. Moore A Co's mixed paints, Tin cups, each 2o and .03 rough studding, per M. . 0.002x3 Tin
Mosquito Cloth, 33-in. wide per gal 1.00 Sewing tables, each 1.40 d. 4 s. " 13.00No. Ice cream freezers, 2-qt. . ,
er roll of 20 yds.. .* 1.00 Boydell Bros' mixed paints, gal. 1.35 Red roof paint per gal 1.00 2 cypress shingles, per M... . 2.00 " 3-qt. . .. .
it pans, each. .05 Gasoline stoves from $2.75 up. GALVANIZED OIL CANS. Barbed wire, per cwt 2.115 Bradley's Vegetable Fertlllzera. ..
ich baskets, fancy, each .20 Wood stoves from $2.00 up. 1 gal, with spout 20 % plat Jelly glassos, per d z .110 Electrto bell outlits complete with
It bushel market basket Nickel plated tea kettles, No. 7. .75 2 " 30 1 quart fruit Jars, . .70 bell, wire and battery
overed... .15 No. 8. .85 3 46 2 *' . .85 Extra (dry) batteries
oms, 12 to .. . .4 .. *t .23 Galvanized sprinkling pots, 8-qt.. .50 5 ' (10 Orange boxes, (sides and hoiuls) .07 Tucker Alarm Tills
n.scuffle hoes (imported) each, .75 ' 12 qt.u .65 6 faucet 70 Hardwood ashoH, per ton $15.00 Galvanized oil tanks, 55 gals,
n, *' .65 u 14 q8 .1)0) Wash boards, "Morning Star," ea, .11 New Froress oil heating stoves. . 4.50No. completo with pump, t measuros
i spray pumps, 4 extra nozzles. 1.00 buckets, 10 qt.. . .20 ' No. 2, "Dandy," ea.$ .17 Coft oil heaters 7.00No. and funnel . $
lug sewing machine motors.' . 5.00 12 qt $ .22 popular, each 01) ma 7.50 Novelty siding, per M .









OASOLINE STOVES

Stand Tanks, 1 burner $ 2.40
* 2 3.10

7 Drop tanks, 1 5.00 3.50
*' 2 4.50 LOADED SHELLS.

Oil stoves, 1 burner. . .60 10 gunge, No. t shot,* Mark
t* v 2 1.15 powder/tier 100 $1 (K)
'*
3 1.7HTwelvetooth' 10 guage, No. 8 shot, black
powder, iwr 100 I ((10
12 guage.No.8 shot, smok
less powder, per 100. .
Harrow, complete, $8.(0. 1(1( guage, same as above


5000 ft. T railroad iron, welgh-
fog A 2-5 lb to the ft., at 'Jot*.
per foot.

Sprinkling Carts', as above, 2-ln.
tread, $0.00.






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THE EDWARD STILINO FLORIDA BARROWS.3in .

tread, as shown, . .. $1.50.
5-1 n * u RJM).
\ % Boys' Barrows 3.on.
Extra wheels for. barrows, 3-ln tread 1.50.
*< 5-ln 1.1H).
to I CARTS 3-ln tread . UJM.Capitola .









We have complete stock of O. K. Stoves and Ranges at greatly
reduced prices.

J3tove, at'shown, $17JX>.


EDWARD STILING,


Call and examine our enormous stock. Stoves shown FLORIDA.
New Process as $17.00No. COCOA
This is a chance of a lifetime Othello Range, as shown, $20X0 ,



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INDIAN RJV1JK ADVOCATK, APRIL 15,..1898..A6CII .



-f IHDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE. 4A There are a few arousing features pletesurrender by 'giving up the Commissioner mas destroyed by llouaton Are last is week.having County a new SAVE MONEY And Bay From ***

even in the monotonous routine island of Cuba. The president'* bridge built.

of a newspaper career, especially message has beenfreely discussed
WaBBLV JOITBNAL OIVOTBD TO TIB DBTCtoraaar The formal opening of the AvIUh
o thb imduui aivaa, labs when one of the'' paper's pro. and con., many praising and will take place Plidav evening, to which

WOBTH AJ> >IKOAT S BATBCTIOK*. staunches! ( ?) supporters asks you others-condemning it.Copgreas a general Invitation la extended. MhhIo

. ]| to give this fecw|] or that concern evidently believes the and refresh ments. Grain Hay Feed Garden Seeds Floor

PUHMSHED JCVSUT FBIDAT.Cbablbs a little touching up just for fun, majority of our people want the Mr. and Mia. P. I>. Parker, prominent Grit
you know, 'lbere be generally too Spulnard* driven out of Cuba at people of Kansas City. Mo., who have ,

later much fun ( ?) in such accommodation any cost, and the members of the been.visiting the Mori III family at Tropreturoed Meal and Cotton Seed Meal.
de
II. Waltok, Editor SV Proprietor. le. hornet Sunday last,
for the editor and house have
newspaper agreed upon immediate lighted with their Kloilda visit.

patrons.miiet not be' aston* armed Intervention by a vote of Agent for Gray Mineral Ash, kills all kinds of, Insects; Harmless
must be made Marshal Snell took a puasee out toWlilte ._. t*
Discontinuance of advts. personally ..
at this oflioe or by writing.Uhnak iehed or hurt if their suggestions 322 to 19. The majority report.of City, Sund.ty evening, after an Onlj sell for enah on the Closest Write for qnotation,
are not always acted upon.On the committee on foreign relations armed colored ruffUn.. He waa found

,ete.,may be ia
WAtToir,publisher sad proprietor account of its connection the ultimate Independence/)' Cuba, four shots at the marshal his and Jiiw deputies
before good
making escape.
with many events very marked in while the minority report of the

A4clr.M all eommonlostlons to American annals, this month, is same committee calls for the recognition whoae The remains sudden death of Mrs.of J.apoplexy M. Jones occurred , E. HcMDRRAT Carriage and

INDIAN RIVKH ADVOCATE, particularly interesting to all tru of the Cuban republic at last Thurnday morning at Hotel

TlTUIVILLB, VtOBIDA. American*. It was In April,. 1775, once and ertned. intervention.Thea Uranada, were taken to her former home

that the supreme effort for American majority report of the committee at Nlles.'Ohlo, on the following day, accompanied BAKER

{law Tobk OrrtCBi freedom, reached an active on foreign affairs the by her sorrowing son and Is Mitofc

Metropolitan HuildlDc'l Madlaon Are.IT. stage ; in 1881, also in April, the bouse committee calls for irornedlate daughter, for whom great sympathy Dealers in

hostilities between the north andsouth' intervention to restore felt.Mrs.
peace W. II. n. Scott Miss Bertha and Saddlery Pleasure and Business Vehicles
and Dump Carts, Hand Carts y JB
to
for
New the
commenced Orle'answaa secure of
8. Department of Agriculture ; people Master Harry Scott arrived here, Sunday cycles. Sundries, etc. il
taken by Farragut in April, Cuba a stable ,and independent last, to resume their residence
Weather Bureau Jupiter, Fla. Main and Church Sts., JACKSONVILLE
18A2, and In the same month, 1865, government of tbeir own, and that among us, after several years' absence. FLA

The following ii comparative statement the army of Northern Virginia eur-' report waa adopted by the majority They will ocrtupy one of Mr. Harrison's And
ttigland now
cottages on avenue.
of temperature aod rainfall for the rendered at Appomattox. We do as given above. Still, we may not Papa Scott Is happy.

week ending Tuesday, Apr. 12, 1898.ToUl not think it would be wise, how. have war, for in a recent talk with The HewSelden

ever, to keep up this war-like Senator Warren, President Mc-

record in April, 1898.Flojuda Kin ley aaid he waa inclined to Monthly School Statement.

doubt the real intentions of Spain,
Statement for the month ending the Door
but in a matter of character Cypress Companjl
Some of our exchanges are inclined grave a 1st day of April, A D 1M)8) for Brevard
to the belief that a gener.ation he favored deliberation. County, Florida.recapitulation..

or two will puss away before When a nation goes to war, he .

the value of good roads in Florida added, it should exercise the greatest Total receipts during rnonth $ 7''<0.81

mlnfull for tlie week: 0.01 Inches is fully realized ; but .slowly, caution to place itself on su"ht Total expenditures 1799.30 Opened October 1st, ISO i, turned the steam on 'to

,,.from*Departure wk:normal ml nun fi-nin'n rainfall 0.48<>rmt inches.since rainfall January Departure for the 1, though portions surely* of ,the in the state more excellent settled
ml nun 2.81 inches, highways.are being built, and it is of powers outside the two BECEIPTS.

i. W. Okonk, Observer.' safe to predict that within a ,fe participating nations in the con Balance In treasury last report. \}><0C General Wood Working Plants in the United States,

years Florida will be covered with flict. Whether there would be war State treiw., redemption of lands \4i
And with' xH3i-lenced management, (covering a past
in the | experience of titivears
light of the
a network />f roads that will present situation
be infinitely
In the of our confidently
Cypress) patrons company may ]
Total $ 7l 0 81 expect the k
Wk do not want war, except itbe.npcpoanry to her credit, and to the he did not say, but if it was onxvofdnlilc receipts > posHible material and woikmanahip at our bands. Our production will ectf

for the maintenance comfort and profit of her resident"if he advocated waiting ITKMIZED EXPENDITURES.Jno Doors, Sash, Blind*, MouIdingB, Frames, Hot-house Materials, Tanks, Glane, >|

of the riu tionV honor.TnK the latter will only bestir long enough, despite natural denunciation II Samti, salary SuptA WOO
L Hatch, memb. Bourd 7 004t0
themselves a .little more in the and discontent at delay .1 SSnowden, . .'.
CHAS. N. WELSHANS
Scotch Pun--Presbyterian matter, and not wait for every one to make up a complete case t"atisfy I It S bank, pupils attd'g school 83 !M> ,

council hurt accepted' the offer to else to do their own share and any doubtlnvr nation.t A J Carter, tepis on bil'g) 100

hold Its .next meeting in Washing others too, in helping Ibe good .1 II Baker, repra on bd'g.lax 2 ton, D. C. in XS99. work along. If the Fort Pierce.Mrs. A KiisxeVI, rent of bd'g.It 9 CO
people would B Holmes, int. on ind'bt'ness. 15 14 CEMENT BRICK, LIME SHINGLES, COAL TAR PLASTEfl
,
,
just reflect what good roads meant"to I. left J no H Sams, incidental exp . 15 8cei
Now is the time for those of a every community in the increase train fur a Tyler short visit on, to Monday Miami.evening'!) (Unn A Co., text hookaII
speculative spirit to make lone of lund values, mora setllers and U Drew Jfc Co, minute book A ** HAIR AND' LATH. *
The
or carpenters have commenced woik.igalrj
the supplies . . ... . 4 10
m little cash on Wall street. If hundred and one other benefits on Mr. Alderman's house. #

you think the chances favor peace, to be derived from tbem, they Sheriff Brown was In town, Monday. 8UMMABY. State Agent.L. & M. Paints and. Oils.
then buy ; but 1f war, sell. would leave no stone unturned "to Teachers salaries 1572 00
have the roads in reality and not Mrs, A. Cook left Wednesday evening Other Mils 227 50 Old 'Phone 8. )i>\ 13 Ilogan Stmfl
for
Miami visit
Is conceded to be the merely in thought. Quite a number of Indians weie in Total arnt. bills paid $1799 50 JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.FERTILIZERS. .

only slate in which* to spend the town, Tuesday, trading at the stores.C .

winter month", as the thousand* THE PROPOSED CHANGE. Converse, of Dahia, la spending a
and thousands of tourists' who few d.tys In town.Dr. Notice for Publication.

were on the East Coast. this season Gainesville C. I*, riatts nnd son paid Mel
we understand
can testify. will Land Office, Gainesville, Fla., I
have bourne a visit, Monday. ..
,
something to eay when the April 4th, 1 98. f
time Is ripe for the removal Frank Tyler has opened up the lunch
of the
'ICE In hereby that the
What with her in Riven following-
creasing orange State "cupltol from Tallahassee counter again. IV named settler na*filed notice of bts intention ARMOUR'S PINEAPPLE FERTILIZER.ARMOUR'S .
crop and the many other profitable and it ; G. Tucker la on the sick list. We to make final proof In support of his
would he us well to know, trust he will claim,anil that saul proof will tie made before VEGETABLE FERTILIZER.
resources of the soon bo hotter.Prof. .
'state
such as i efore proceeding further in the CtarkUironit Court, at Titusville, Florida, on
pineapple, vegetable and tobacco matter, if there K line gave a performance at'the MAY 21st, I8S8, Specially prepared out of the purest materials and recommended to growtnl
growing, Florida Is rapidly are any other school bouee, Saturday forging "most suitable" towns in the state S2M1, for the south-hair of imthwe t because they are the very highqst standard of excellence.
to the front. A few Beans quarter, section 10, 21, south
years' time who would like a "linger in the are still heiag shipped from Mutt.He 'township range
will mark here In
a wonderful change for pie." There Is no doubt but that large-quantities. name* the following witnesses to prove his For other crops we haveARMOUR'S
the better lit the "Land of Flowers." The entertainment <>y Mile. Zora Is eonbiiMioQs residence upon,anil cultivation ofHuiil
Jacksonville would prove the most unfortunately postponed until Unit,vis: C.l) Flood,of Tltusville, KJa.j ORANGE TREE FERTILIZER.ARMOUR'S .
next Kil-
Brw-k Kcvels, of Tltusville,Fla.; Samuel Fntch,
trt acceptable point at which to locate day, as she la making an addition to the of Tlciisvllle,FU.j K.D.Orlflls, of City Point, "
The future politician who as.pires the capitol, as the metropolis has programme, which needa more rehear Florida. FRUIT AND VINE.
to legislative honors ing. Don't fail to be there. J. M. BAROO,
must bea many commendable features in her Register.I.ITHIA ARMOUR'S BLOOD, BONE AND POTASH.
toA< staunch supporter of good roads, favor for the adoption of such a theThere was an Easter entertainment In

otherwise he is likely to find himself suggestion, and it i likely'that in ing by Methodist the children.church last Various Sunday exercises even SPRIXOS, 0A. Compare our analyses with those of any other manufactures. We can
left
out in the cold, while more time to come that will be the place were performed with great credit. A I) you other Fertilizers or Fertiliser materials.
progressive men look after the where trie state large number of people In
legislature were attend SWEETWATER
.
needed interests of the people In ings will be held. Let the gather ance. PARK HOTEL.Llthla Use our Complete Brands and you will get tlie very best results. An lj"H

bis place. decide the matter In people Springs, Kesr Atlanta,G prices, etc., furnished on application. We shall appreciate a trial order.
the usual
Florida and New York
Eau Gallie.Capt. sleepers pass oar course, by an election. Hotel.opens Feb. 18. The roost healthful loca
tion-in the Houth. Never any cases of ARMOUR &
The oontagtmi COMPANY
China
SUM exports to and Japan 3Tebltt says be has a "bab kode r Infectious diseases, or even malaria. ,
from the southern cotton mills and OUR id der head/' Just the place to spend the spring:months with
MERCHANTS.An out iHsk. Not as cold aa mountain resorts, nor Jacksonville. Fla. J
manufacturing concerns, is a mat T. E. Snider, of Hdbe Sound too warm to be safe. Rooms with both crates
/was In and steam heat,
elrctrla lights,
ter of private baths,
increasing interest in town a short while and toflets,
commercial exchange Taeaday; hoc and cold running water. 4nn
aptly
remarks
circles : parlors and glass-Inclosed
seeing that porches. Stop ever
the during Are people rushing in to see More shell has arrived and Is being privileges. Hotel cost $200,000. All kino's of
year 1897 there was an increase day aod clamoring to buy you every put on the iiorth end of Ulghland avenue known aiediciaal baths and the strongest X-lthla water ESTABLISHED 187*.
In sales of more than 100 your Spring out to the now road for rheumatism, kidney and bladder
per cent or Summer {roods, or are you Hilling te Bovine. troubles. Send for circular. 12.80 to 14 per day
to these two around door 1B to *2 per week; less by the ;
foreign powers. fate and your trying; to steps give bemoaning everybody your that The countybridge ever norse Creek J Hlake, late of fans Christian and month.Maniton,H.Colo.T.

does happen to come In the blues by de
The well known English crying dull times, and
proprietors Tiliisville audi
of "liass" beer gave a business generally f Do you know'what I Commission Merchant. Fruit & Profcl
holiday and free excursion to 10O00 ,- Is what the matter with you T We'll tell you I .HAMMOND PACKING CO. ,\
It
is other
of tbeir and more enterprising ..
employes not
Seventeen long ago. people are getting away with you. Other . 97 Murray St, NEW YORK.
trains
took this great merchants are getting your trade, and
and happyarmy of pleasure-seek- they are going to continue to get it just (Formerly The G. II. Hammond Co.) > WEEKLY MARKET REPORT

era to Blackpool, where show as long as you fall to use the means to OUR
and form ef every bring it back. You are too alow to catch SPECIALTIES : Strawberries** refrigerator, per qt ., .. . 018 to OK
entertainment was on that's all. tit may have been a little open crates, ' qt 018 to 010012to
opened to them free of charge, io- low process, bus the canker la eating "Coin Special" hams and breakfast bacon Strawberries, poor to fair , .. Oil
eluding pleasure trip* oy ateasner lon> et hustle on you. Get eut and "fcoin Special" Potatoes" pet obi SOD to 800
and rail while there, and sufficient advertise, like they do In ether Eaat canned meats. crate 0(10( to 000065to
(Couit paper. That U the to win "Calumet" hams Beets, per crate 071
for all incidentals.It way and
jnonej breakfast "
>
back the lost trade." bacon. per bbl crate 0 00to 000

While the above expresses our "Calumet" leaf lard. Celery' per crate 1 00"X"nun to 5100

is to be sincerely hoped that sentiments poprtogood ,..,.;! OUOto
we would add : Do not Homemade pure lard. Cabbages, per bbleratea 'A
<{m establishment of the Federation be .;. .: 1J S
scared oftbe live merchants of "Peerless" Cucumbers, per crate . ,. to 30
of Labor headquarters at Wash* Jacksonville who continually 'advertise compound lard,- sausages Egg plant, per orange box,.. 2 50 to 350
Ington will eventually exert a bene-J in the' Advocate but and all Packing House Products. Lettuce, fancy per basket/. 2 50 to 300150to
fleial get Lettuce, to good 300
influence on our lawmaker ,jahead poor ,
The 0/Hcers of the by inserting a bigger advertisement FLORIDA Tomatoes, fancy carrier ... 200 toOOOto
organization, to to show people you BRANCH : JacisoQYille Fla. choice carrier. .. 000
accomplish this, will surely hare are still in business and bidding fair to good. .<'... 000 to 000
to steel tbeir, hearts and minds for tbeir patronage. Nothing JF" Write us for quotations, and you will be pleased. Peppers, per carrier 125 to "0

agalast the wiles of tbe schemers like sue.ceeds String*' beans, per wax crate. 2 50 to 3 JO200to
enterprise and
push in per crate 33OOOto
intbe green
capital who arealways these days of keen competition. ** freight, crate 000
per
ready to prey upon tbe unsuspecting. The Premier Flour of p orto fair >. . .." ." 'J. .' " "- *' OOiitoOOOfjquasb

WAR TALK. America. Teas, per, new basket white, per bushel crate.* .. 1 ' OOOto luotolI 0J*


Orlando claims to have a"cinch" The president's
message, as
in tbe
manufacture of promised, was sent into the Senate Unexcelled

specially prepared saw palmetto and Congress on Monday, and its

leaves, for which'there is a bigdemand tenor called for a good deal of bel represent tbe Old i' \
by the large northern cities licose Ilartford, Liverpool and London and Globe,
language on the of tbe Trovldence
and even London part A Washington, Elreman'a Fund, aod Sun Mutual.
Kng., for usein | members of the two houses. The For IFLowest rates '
guaranteed.
decorative and Write for rates
purposes. Fifteen session etc., to
persons was stormy, and immediate ,
are employed in this industry intervention C. 8. SCHUYLER, Ajreot
was agreed **
at Orlando and there is upon by TitnsvU1*!
said to be the committees of both
houses.
big money in it for the enterpris The situation is rather critical Bread

ing promoters. Wby could not nd while think PasfryJACKSONVILLE -

sacb a scheme be carried out sue- have no war many others are we of shall'the a JOB FRXLTTilTa

cessfully in Tltusville ? We. have Iopinion thu War ) '

,tk* material, peopfe and money. |les, Sp MkM a iSVlSViiRepWSented 1>J F. M. BURST, FLA. Executed at theADVOCATE OF ALL KINDS.PBINTING


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INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE. APRIL 15, 1898.Dr. .

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v.

.FERTILIZERS.xr. ,

Fsh| Is suffeilng a good deal with M

rheumatism this week.Mlsa y . .

Mapes and Mrs. Owens spent the
day with Mrs. Carter Friday.

The church was handsomely decorated
Tor the services Easter Sunday.

Quarterly meeting will be held here it3L11
barurday and Sondtiy. Everybody cor
dially Invited to attend. "
i i.l
Postmaster Juhn C. Jones, of Titusvli -
% la taking a short vacation In our

quiet village, glad to getaway from the
hurry and bustle of business. .

SI rs. Chambers and Miss Aroun d. H7oxtJJLlsQoxv
POWDER were pleasant callers at Mrs.Ileckmuster Hitches'. hi Price $25.OO.GUARANTEED EJf Before buying the following Materials be sure and apply tous

Absolutely PurL Anthony's Mrs. Halnlin's Wednesday, Mrs. Owens'afternoon., and .Miss ANALTSIS: for prices, and we will prove to you we can save you money. 1 '


Miss Anthony left Wednesday for her Moletura.Ammonia**,.. \**a****. Nit(< t Mt lti'M iil.> 8 to to tor. STEAMED BONE, RAW BONE,

home at West Palm Peach. She has a qul to flnlpbate of Ammnola .'. ...,, ,..' SO to 85 BLOOD AND BONE, ACID PHOSPHATE
host of friends here who will Available lboeuhorio IUIM SO DtS CO., MW VOW. sadly miss to Bona Phosphate of Lima.. .... ,.... .< 11 to 13k. DISSOLVED BONE NITRATE OF SODA .
her, and would gladly welcome her here PntMhKJO ,. ..- ...* ,'.. fe ft to 6 ,
again as our teacher another year.Mrs. Ktymltu Sulphate of PotashMagnesiaLimeSoda *....*1*.., > to 10 SULPHATE OF AMMONIA TOBACCO STKMS
eta. ......... ..:. AS to 60 ,
Wethey, the Misses Wagner and y Write for Special Pamphlet.jy TOBACCO DUST, COTTON SEED MEAL, HARDWOOD ASHES,
Anthony, Mr. Wagner and Mr. Jones
Key West.otel and others eiijoyed a pleasant COTTON SEED HULL ASHES, KAINIT AND rOTASIlKS.Ploaso .
day's out
ing and a fish-fry on Brady's Island and Special Mixtures compounded with machinery at very low

Key West Is headquarters for Banana beach, Monday.J. H prices.

oaral ufficers and war talk.he .

monitor1 Terror has been arrayed D. CKABB keeps a first-classSaloon. Wines, Correspond with uh before boing induced to buy from DoaleiH.Pamphlet. Send for
Deer*, wbl.kles, brandy anil rum, imnortetl
blood-red coat of paint Inside and and tlomrttto cigars, toharco anil cigarette*, .
I outside.ha rrlce of liquors from tl.on to$8 no per mllnn.

gray steam launch Nerla makes trips Prompt order.. Terms attention Cash.to Cocoa telegraph, ria.J. and mail LITTLE BROS. FERTILIZER & PHOSPHATE CO.

a times a day with supplies to the D. CKA.HH, Agt. ,

of gunboats In the harbor.

tare will be no lack of pictures ofJ Agt.Ormond. TsuclrsorL-vllle, DE loxlclQ,.
buttlesshould we have war, as

_,idj qilie a number of artists repreInR -
Northern papers are here.I Supt. C. B. Knott, of St. Augustine, of beans from that place.L. .

I the sliipM stationed at Key West was a recent visitor to our town.Mis. Melbourne.ntlODR D. Hancock was transacting business When a Customer calls for Spring Wheat Flonrhe

ready for action, as well as the forHiinns M. Vance has leased Hotel Coqulna & no (I>K. Real EsUM ana Loans. in Cocoa Tuesday last.Mrs. A"J
uo land, and we can show aI and will keep it n all summer. Agent for Ctna, Lonilon anil Liverpool amitllotw
opt and Imiierlal Fire Insurance. H olal Laimlieer spent Tuesday night
|
to
land water.rnlii .
on or expects
to an get :
I iront enemy
of people dally admire Uncle Hotel Ormond, which liaa been, as attention. paid to the Interests ol ""dou residents. with friends at Lotus.

'a gigantic but superb protectors.Miami. usual, under the abl* management of Tomatoes will ba-ready In a sow days.We ; UIt
Anderson & Pi Ice, closqd for the season
on Wednesday. HOTEL CAULKTON. MELBOURNE, FLAHeantlfnlly have had several days of windy
altuate Those guests of Hotel Ormond who the In
stayed until its close this week, were ,anil ratos. KOUKKTWON reasonalile.K. ,.lroirletor.) The bean crop Is about over, owing to
well repaid with delightful weather, anil the very dry weather.Vi. .
are Arriving from the Keys,
many wtsned that they could have remained J. Jar vis of
rapidly disposed of.ha WHEN YOU CO TO MRLBimnNB esll at the Cocoa, was a passenger
.ire until the end of.the month. lliizniir, Mrs. Chas J. V.i'anipliell A Co., Millinery on the Courtney Tuesday morning, This
Wbim-Wham, with Dr. Pierce Madame Marian Van Duvtf, with the Notions,. Dry Clomls, Lantes' nuMlyniaile eh route home.E. O"
anil woven Underwear, Ferris' Renowned
party, of Jtutlalo, on board, Is annul assistance of the Ormond orchestra, Corsets,etc., eml>rolilery and colored silks, W. Trovost, who has been watchman
in the Bay.mtli delighted the people of Daytona and souvenir spoons, Stationery,eta.HOTIfl. on the St., Augustine for no mo time

Dade's products are represented many tiom Qrmoml with a musical treat past, stopped off a few days tills week.L. .
lie C'ontt'iloiiitp Bazaar, now being of the highest order at the Daytona HKLLEVU1C, MELBOURNE. FLA.Lovelv . E. Provost took his place.Mrs. '( ;
house a few days view f Imliun River, In a aheltaradeltuat
at Baltimore, Mil: opera ago. 'lon 8u|>erlor accommodation*.. Moderate Capron, the Mlssea Oeorgle and
'
r*. G. N. Curry, son and daughter, rates.W.. 1L CAMPBELL, Proprietor. Jessie ('apron, and C. D. Provost, spent
illlma Curry, of Key West spent u ago.Daytona. Monday at Cocoa Beach., A. L. Carter ; ; '
days in town ere going north.lis took the party over, '
HOTEL RIVERSIDE, MELBOURNE,. FLA., la the bvsi: also tlio cheapest, because It gee*,
achoouer Buccaneer left here a Spalding is ready to do all kinds overlooking Indian River: homelike aoouin* \V. Blsbee and wife, Moi-dames Green
days ago for Key West with a cargo of at the old moiiu'lons and mh1 Ixiard. lUte. IIM |wr and ('apron, the Misses Capron and farthest.
job printing Daytonlanoffice. ,
7.00 week acoordlnnr to
day or itl.00 to f per
joamlte for the United States govneot. location of room. Hiiecial rales to River Taylor, spent Tuesday at City Point, Talc no other; Insist on getting the gcnul earticle.
Capt. J. M. Uraham was inmand. people. CilAB.T. M IIRU>B, view I pg the beauties of A, L. Hatch'snursery.
Hon. Whltelaw Keld was at the Holly Proprietor. .' .

K. Lang, o'f Cocoanut Grove, has Inn on Sunday.Dr. Quite a number of nor neighbors will For aule by leading dealers throughout the State.

tilt out Dr. W. B. Honey's interest Judd's sermon at St. Marks church LEON A. TEEK. M. D., PHYSICIAN AND soon leave for their Northern nnd Kitstern -
e drug tirm of Boney & Koberts.prescilptlun was a great treat to all who heard him.Mr BURGEON, Melbourne, Fla, homes, and those from Middle Florida

department will be tnge and Mrs. Gates Bang.A also, after spending the winter on SEEDS Fidd and Garden SEEDS.

of Dr. T. P. Scagga. party of our young people went to the Island.
hotel New Smyrna Tuesday, to attend the Mr. and Mrs. A. Jnqntt.li left horafor
mager II. E. Beruls, of Bis- home lust ,
their northern Monday
wedding of Miss Annie Sams.Mr. .
e, has done quite a good business Sebastian.Lotus. .
season, and he Is deserving of the Court land Buckman, of Jacksonville Mrs. Nelson, sister of Mrs, Ulenson, of Largest Seed House in the State.
him Eau Oallie, was in town last Monday, .* *
8e given on many occasions by one time mayor of Daytona, with '! #
Rain la needed here.Brans (
Advocate, our popular East Coast his wife and mother-in-law, Mrs. W. J. calling on friends.Messrs. badly
Special Varieties of Corn for Florida. Seed* for Fodder crop*. ,
paper.re. Berne, were In town Mond.iy. J. II. May and T. O. Hardee, are still going forward, and '

.lames J, O'Dortohue, of New Every evening the Armory Is open, of Hockleilge, were In town last Tuesday prices are good.Mrs. Cassava Seed, 7
k, has presented to the Catholic and drill-masters on hand to teach and Wednesday, vlslilpg friends, Kitchlngand daughter, Florida, L. CAMERON, Seedsman.
ich at this place lourteen beautiful any nings, entitled "The Stations of thew" ant, the "manual of arms," etc, Eau Oallie last Tuesday, to attend the 125 East Bay St.. JACKSONVILLE, FLAt.Also.Paper >
tool
Brewbaker, Inspector for the
similar to the set given by her
A. Wilson and
lie Palm Beach church last year. E. D. Vaillanme been, connected who 'lias for with some the his ball sister, accompanied, Mrs. B. Wilson.P. by F. E. C. Ky., was here Wednesday. Shell Peacan Trees, 1 to 3 year*, Olustee stock, $13 per 100.

months past The schooners Queen and Mary V.
postofnee here, lias'accepted a pooitUoiin W. Hems nnd B. P' Byers, who
here Monday south,
lien in want of any kind of building a large Jewelry establishment in New have been Ktteats at. Hotel Riverside this passed going

trial, in car loads or otherwise, the York, and leaves on the llHh. muhmod, left here list Monday for their Wm. Uraddock and wife .peat Sunday
ders' Supply Co., at St. Augustine, homes in Minnesota.Mr. here with their patents.Melbourne's .
Nothing slow or antiquated about our
be pleased to make you a delivered
s at your station. You have noit'a Utile burg. The op-town butcher and a N-tsli, brother to Mrs. C II. Stewart photographer, E. Hull,
or middleman's commission toiVest young lady from the beach are reported arrived In town last Friday, from has been In town for the past week.We .
to have "gone in the night," and they Daytona, and we trust will enjoy bis beg to acknowledge an Invitation Deforo making; your purchases write to
forgot to leave their new address. visit to our attractive little burg.
to a dance at the Narrows on the lHh.J .

The principal movement here, as Dunn The schooner Queen was In port last of Roseland In
Palm Beach.C' C. Moore, was town The Jacksonville Fertilizer Co.
and Biadstreet would remark, la in"tourists week, with a party en route to Key Tuesday.
," most of them having an idea West. Capt. Chester don't mind if lie ,

of has that they could view the Spanish fleet to does see a few war ships on the way. Miss Ida Braddock visited relatives on
Chillingworth
i We ou a'visit.rge .Atlanta, better advantage from some point In the Miss Helen Valentine, of Tillman, the East side this week. For Prices and Term*. Special attention given to Pineapple, Orange Trejt

northwest. last Tuesday, to attend the entertainment. Fills Light spent Monday In Roseland.
came up .
> Zapf Is enlarging his bar and and Vegetable Fertilisers at low price*
to White here she the
heard compliments was
We have many Last night Messrs. Roberts A
ing considerable improvements.W Friday ,
the musio at the Congregational and the guest of Mrs. Campbell, at Hotel Belle-
Gibson entertained the public here with
Bingham is the lake churches Eaater Sunday, Stock of Goods kept at Titusvillc Fla.so .
on again, Methodist on view, a tine selection of songs, readings, recitations I, fit
a short trip,to Cleveland, O.ImSeabold Mrs. Buell being the lending soprano the at Mr. and Mrs. A. W, Hampton and music, etc., aa well aa an oyster

and Miss Elizabeth Sanen the former and Miss Hammond at two children, also Mrs. Nordylte, left supper, strawberries and cake. The aa to avoid delay In shipments,

were quietly married last Wednesnight. lattei. here last Sunday, after spending several affair was held In Hitching'* Hall, and

There Is talk of sheathing one of our weeks the guests of Mr. and Mrs, Jesse the boys had the usual "grab" box as E. SUDLOW, Oen'l. Manager, O: CAIIV-ELWES
steamers with plates, mounting a gattllng lladley, at their pleasant borne on New well a* a postofllce, through v/hloh the
le County Commissioner* held gun in the bow, and nslng her as a Haven avenue.Mr. boy* and girl* passed many letter*. The Jacksonville, Fla. Special Agent, THuevltle. jHFlorida
r regular meeting Monday, In the amounted to about $10 and
,
In the Vlscaya or any proceeds
t house at Juno.U. guard boat. case ., and Mrs. J. W. Atwater, and the of
should" into will defray of cost shelling
other of the big Dons stray and Chas. Atwater part
Winchester'and family, who Inlet by mistake. Messrs. Van Dyne ou* streets. The nail was beautifully
our leave to-day (Friday) for their northern
been decorated with palm'and bunting for
the residing in E. Root's cottage One of our young men, Will nardlng, homes, much tn the regret Of their the occasion. Electro Plating Works;
or heir northern season,home.B. left Monday. morning has gone the way of all the world, and many friends, here, who hope to see -
taken unto himself a wife. The boys them all again neat season.
Uappersett sick Frl admonished that serenades [Send the Advocate an order for any
was quite have been duly
services in the Episcopal
Nickel
The Easter Plating1
Silver and.
Gold .
and Saturday'' of last week, but IsK are not to be thought of, for fear of church, by the Kev. W. C. Barnes, were Job printing you need.] ,

in, and at his old place of bust starting some more visitors, very Impressive. The altar was beautifully Bicycle Parts, Revolver*,'Tableware, Watches, Jewelry, etc., replateal ! *

once more. decorated with white flowers of T Care Voi>stl tU>a Ifawwr, workmanlike manner and work guaranteed. Ollk-ej 01 W. Feriyth 8**,

later Charles Oruber fa new the hap- iCourtenay. several kinds, Easter lillles, white oleanders Tsk*Cascsreta Candy Ciiliurtlo. luoorBe.If JACKSONVILLE FLA.J. .
1 boy la town; he is the proud pos- etc. The beautiful white stole C C.C. fall to ear*,araicciat*nfastl saosey. *

>r of a byke; and, although the worn by Rev. Bams, was presented by H. DOBBINS, Manager. j M

Wit rider in town, can put some oflder F. L. Whltlock spent Monday in Cocoa. Mother Superior, of St. Margaret's Sisterhood
> ones In the shade.VYhilldtn Boston, Mass., through her H
Farmer Symmes is building a new friend here, Mrs. Chas. Campbell. THE JOHNSON LAW CO,
is having a handsome kitchen for bis bride.Prof. CHESEBR0 BROTHERS *
inlzed awning put in front of his The entertainment, given by the
block. The stores up will soon bey Oeo..W. Eatherly, of LaOrange, Ladies' Guild of the Episcopal church,
while last week.. hall last Tuesday even- Electrical & Mechanical
Educational
for occupancy, and we learn the wa* In town a In ,
of them will be occupied at once.E. Chas. T.* Harper attended the social lag, was a big success, over seventy persons WHOLKSALEQOMMISSON
We noticed Mrs.
being
present.
Gruber and family have moved dance at City Point last Saturday night.We Henry Whiting, and the Misses Glllte ENGINEERS.Ths .

''heir new 'home, recently vacated regret to note the Illness of James and Hall, of Melbourne r>ach; Wm. JPlSII JEALEKS
r, Lamond. This Is one of the LnRoche, who Is quite sick at this writ Nash, of Daytona; Mrs. B. Wilson and ,,
'' and most conveniently located Mrs. Arthur Wilson, of Chicago; Ernest lost Comp'etB Electrical Supply

ertles in the town. ing.Mrs. Miss Taylor, of Eau Oallie; J. II May and T.O. .
T. II. Sanders and daughter, No. I Fulton Wholesale Fish Market, New Terk.
8 discontinuance of the afternoon Indlanola were calling In our nardee, of Rxkledge, all of whom Bonse in tie StateELECTRICAL. ,
Jessie, of ,
delays our mail considerably. Itiuite burg Tuesday. seemed to enjoy the pleasures of until the SPECIALTIES* Spanish Mackerel. Sheephead, Pompaoo, Blaeflsn, Red
and dancing was kept
< evening, up SUPPLIES
:
letter a convenience mail here to on have this our train pana -, Quite a crowd came ashore from the 12:10, when all left the hall feeling they Snappers, Kingflsh, Trout, Oreen Turtle, Itedhead and Cunvaa-batk Luck*.
it is Courtney. Tuesday, to take a had enjoyed one of the most pleasant Largest stock of wire, lamp cord,
8:30: before the mail arrives atostofflce. steamer Stencils promptly supplied, Reference* fiunUheil if desired.
peep at the young ostriches, event* of the season. switches, cut-outs, cleat*, knobs,
returned home last socket*, lamps, shades', dynamoe*
and MYs. T* Maroin met with a Mft Cellle Sams has had and motors, annunciators, electrlo Home-Crown
where sue
' In the death of their little girl week from ArusU, school.Rev. bells, push buttons, extension foot FOR SAL.K
inursday morning. The entire com- charge of the public push: burglar and lire alarms, Edl*

ltv sympathizes with them In their Edward E. Johnson, of Cocoa, T. G. Ronald returned from Cocoa on son. La Lande, Sampson, Sal Amon10 PINEAPPLE SLIPS AND SUCKERS *
here
weaveineot. Mr. Maroin has been preached to a large congregation Courtenay last week. and Imperial dry batterlea, batteries *
the steamer
1 jck for sayeral days, but we are fast Sunday, morning and evening. tor naphtha and gas engine*; '
*<1 to learn im- Jessie Capron called on Mrs.Tnotnas Of the following Varieties .
water
that he is again out-of-town people who Miss electric light* from power; euglneering -

attended Among church the here last Sunday we Green Thorsday last.J. draughting, and furnished.complete Ibbaka, Porto Rico, Egyptian Queen, Co'dfn QueenRlp'ey' Queen, Smooth
and *
D. S. plan* specification
BMlot transacted business In
J. Cbalker
Mr. andI Mr* N.
noticed Sweeney, T. H. " " Cocoa the latter part of this week.J. Cajenne, Feroambaco and Red Spaolsn.
Walter
and other building ma- Sanded the Misses Alice, Beatric* THE JOHNSON LAW CO., to O. C. MATTIIAMS. Florida Pineapple #*.. \
direct from the Builders' Supply and R. Sanders, V. Ennis left for Titosvllle a few Apply
W.
and Jessie Sanders, also attend to shipping bis Jacksonville. Fla. West Palm lSeek, FlafiS -
Augustrae, and save the lumber days ago, to crop
man's comralaalon. all of IndUnola-









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INDIAN RIVElt ADVddATJC* APRIL i5, 1898.

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STATE'DEMOCRATIC EXECUTIVE

Mi.ASCII Strawberries COMMITTEE. CANDY



? carry 'tetter, and larger bcr. lion. W. A. Rawla, of Tallahassee, CATHARTIC

chairman of the State Democratic Ex.ries .

and larger crops are raised ecuiive Committee, has ig ne
call for a meeting of said com-

when liberally treated with mittee, directed to the members of the vt"

committee:

"A meeting of the Democratic State

Executive Committee of the StaM of Fla.
*
Potash. t L r
will be held in the city of Jacksonville ALLDRUGGISTS

-J on May U, 1808, for the purpose of pre-

'i paring to Issue a call for a SUte convertHavy -

applications of the tlon and fixing the time and place of \ p ,

-. . holding auoh convention, and for tmnsComplete -

has Ejlas fertilizers, containing ,uch pther business as may be

J brought to the attention of the com-
not less than io% actual Pot- mittee.

ashaTojllii a&h Should be used. 'It is earnestly requested that every
,
member of the committee be present at

Our books tell all about the subject. They this meeting. The matters to be Included

era frej to any farmer. in the call for the holding of this

GERMAN KALI WORKS, State convention are of great importance

SI Nwu St., Nnr Vats.St. to the party at this time, and you are

urged to be present at the meeting of

the committee."

Augustine.

fThe FLORIDA HORTICULTURAL

lost vcKtlbnlod train for the North / SOCIETY.

left hero on Monday.

The Aninttnslt Istind |>roperty, known The annual meeting for 1808 will beheld

a* LtTroclu, linn been jmiicIuihiiI by J.V In Oi la ndo, May 3, 4,'n and t), and

Dodge, who will, it U stated, fleet 11 It promises to be one of the largest and

summer whIiIciico.At most interesting in the histoiy of the This space rcsqrvecl for new

an adjourned mi-cling of the St. Society.

Augustine Iltimano Society, 'hold recently The Socioty is one of the largest and Time-table. F. E. C. Ey."Comanche" .

the presidont and sccrotary woie Instructed most influential bodies of the kind in -#'

to nuike an effort to Increase the country, and Its meetings are occasions mi

the morapershlp. Another meeting will of exceptional Interest to everyone

be held on Thursday evening for the Interested In horticulture in Florida.

purpose of electing officers. The usual very low transportation raUsof SAFETY COMFORT QUICK TIME 1 LOW RATES I

Herman Ttreeta, who lias been In jail one cent per mile, actual travel, is
here from the associated railroads Finest Cnl.ln. avnd fl.rvtee, Ko Transfer between Jacksonville and New York.
for some time past, charged with expected
The Fleet Is eomiwsed of tba following Handsome New Steel Steamers tit
arson and wrecking an East Const train of the State of Florida. Keduced hotel
;
and PYank Bell, hold for swindling, succeeded rates and other arrangements for the , "Algonquin,". "Iroquois, "Cherokee," "Seminole."

a fow days ago, In 'escaping.Itioetz comfort and pleasure of the members isboing North-Bound.

was re-onpturerl, but Dell managed looked after by a very efficient Steamers are appointed to sail according to the tide,
to local committee.No From JACKSOVYILLE, FLA., (calling at Charleston), ,, Tuesdays and Thursdays.
get away. A sheriffs posse 'has From CHtKLKHroX, C... Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.Sundays .
been on the hunt for Bell this'week. It one who desires to post himself on For hour of sailing see "Clyde Line' Schedule, or Jacksonville and Charleston dally papers.

scorns the two men were allowed to take the latest phases of fruit growing and South-Bound.

> exercise in the jail corridor; they unfastened gardening, to meet his co-laborers In the Steamers are appointed to sail from l'ler 2 Kaat Hirer,New V/ork.at 8 p. m.r as follows iForCHAIU.HMTON Vt >
,
B.C, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
a trap door, and watching a favorable horticultural field, or to join kindred For JACKSONVILLE,FL.A..(calling at Charleston), Mondays. Wednesday* and Fridays.Clyde .

opportunity, dropped to the spirits in a royal good time, should miss '
New England and Southern Lines, (Freight only.)
kitchen of the jailer's residence and ran. the approaching meeting.In iCalling at Charleston-S. C, both wsys)

Jailer Andrea was only able to catch the addition to the regular programme, ," AND **GEO. W. CLYDE"Vs

prisoner Breets. V. arrangements are being made (by the appointed to sail as f oUows:
( From foot of Hogan Street,Jackaonvilb*, From Lewis' TT arf, Boston,
Many of our residents have been rather request of members) to have papers presented TUVBSUAVa. FRUM.Y8.

evil-prised to learn from the various reports on tobacco-growing In Florida In

In the Advocate how well the its various phases. As this Is a subjeotof Clyde's St. Johns River Line.DE .

Indian River steamboats'bave done since paramount' Importance at the present
time all those In tobacco ( BAKjr UNK)
experimenting
they resumed jrabniog from Tltusvllle to Jaaksonvilla,Falatka,Sanford, Enterprise, Fla.and intermediate landings on the St.John's River.

points south M far beautiful Palm Beach, growing should be present.To The elegant BloUwheel Steamer l l"CITY

Cie gem of Lake Worth. It would, howVor alt members, old and new, whose OF JACKSONVILLE,"
fee for 1808 Is received In
be membership CAPT. W. A.
as well'next' winter, for the SHAW.

company to have some moans of convey. time, credentials will be Issued, making appointed to sail aa follows:

frig passengers from the'East Const By. available the low rates of transportation Lsaves Jacksonville, 8 M p. m. daily,exaept Saturday The Tropical Trunk Line.

station to the steamers, as your correspondent and other courtesies extended In connection Leaves Sanford > IWkUIs Enterprise tOO a. m. daily exuept Sunday

with the meeting. The only SOUTH BOUND. SCHEDULE. NORTH BOUND.
has been told that tourists ,
were Read down. Read
put to much inconvenience by.having to roqutBlte of membership Is a fee of$1.00, Leave" 3 30 p. m.8.4A ......Jacksonville.Palatka. Arrive 2.00 up.a. m. Jacksonville, Tampa & Key West Railwaj

walk which should be sent to II. O. Hastings, p. m .... Leave 8 00 p. m.
so long a distance. With two new 3.00 a. m. .... .. Astor 2.30 p. m. JOSEPH H. 0DURKEE
passenger boats in addition to the St. secretary, Interlachen, Florida. 4.30 a. m.a. St. Francis... 1.00 p. m. Receiver/
m. .... Iternford... 12 00 a. m.
Augustine and St. Sebnstlon a'bus to 6 00 a. m.S.30 ....Blue Springs.'. 11.00 a. m. SOUTH NORTH-
1 Arrive a. m. HaaiordEnterprise. 9 oo a. tu.o Id Effecr Mar, as, *ea.JACKSONVIIXE. .
carry passengers, and a good, hotel, TICnsvtllo 8 23 a. m. ... a. m.Cen'l No. 37 No.23 NO.82. No. 78. I No. 3 >&
ought to be quite lively next VtNotice. 9 13* .- ..Jtr.Green 730am 740pm714pm
938 aII ....Orange Parle.... 6 32am613am
*Inter. As a fishing and hunting centrei Passenger and Ticket Office, 204 W.Bay St., Jacksonville.Jno.L. Faoria.

It is excellent. Circuit Court of the 7tb Judicial Circuit 02aL. Mairnolla.lu 64Spm640pm

of Florida, Urevard County, A..D. Howard Foot Hogan, Superintendent St. F. M. Ikonwovoer* West Bay,Jtt.St., Fla.Pass. Act.to . 11 ooa oi-n ..Paiataa.>v Springs..: tfOeam500am 80Spm600pm

1808. Satsuma ,..
JACKSONVILLE, FLA.W .
THE PROPOSED HOTEL ATK /
Emily F. Mix 1VS. .Pomona ,.
NASSAU/N. P. i Bill for Divorce. Trio.O. Eooim,T. M., H. Warbcutos, T. P. A., W. H.Hehdrrson, B.P. A.S 11 41a .Crescent Crtyjanction.ville. 3 54 a m S
David K. Mix. ) 12 04p 3 30 am248am 4 42 p si nil
BOWUSO GREEN, NEW YORK.WM. 12 41p .DeLeon Springs. 4 07pm Utl
appearing by the bill of complaint exhibited .... Glenwood .
The. action taken by the members of IT and nled in said ennseand the affidavit F. CLYDE CO., General Agents, 1 Ol'p Beresford.. '2 23 am 343pm317pm "iiiBUI
of complainant's solicitor, that the defend 5 Bowling Green,N.w York. 1 Mo. Delaware Ave., Philadelphia. 1 19a ArlLvf Lv
Cio representative section of our I.cglslature ant. Unvld K. Mix, is a non-Tesldent of the Mate ( 12 40p ..i.DeLand..._. (JAr 4
of Florida, and reside, to wltt in Lung loke, in 43pm
1
Up .Orange Juno...
City 211amiavana
as the'outcome of the citizen'smeeting the State of New York, within the United States. 336pm
fl 40p ... ..,
Enterprise 3
has boon followed up by a resolution Now you, the said David K. Mix, lie and appear Florida Central and Peninsular Railroad. 8 2Sp Ar. ..T1TUSVUXE. Lv 1110pm307pm 03pm
tierora the Judge of our Court on the 8 44|. .Mt. Dora.;.
which was brought before the SECOND DAlT OF MAY, A D 180H, 7 01p Tavares
House of Assembly yesterday evening! to answor said b\ll\ of oomplnint, or a deoree pro New Florida and Northern Air Line and Florida Trunk Lino. 1 4Ap Ar.sonp ...... Banford....,,....LvXv 140am n |
eonfesso will lie entered against you and the SOOp Orlando 11 37 p m91Sp 147 p m
and possod unanimously. It Is to the eoinplulnant will be allowed to proceed ex-parte Time Table la Kt,fet January S3, 1808. 4 66p Lakeland... m 12 02 pm
effect that In view of the impoitant Interests with her said cause. t Bartow 643pm343pm 720am1230am
It Is further otdared that this notice be published Ar.Ar.. ....Punta Gorda
Involved, and the need of haste, in the Indian Kivkii Advooatk, a news- NORTHERN POINTS 8 .....v.Tampa.Tampa .737 pm 10 39 am1015am1.
>er published in said county, once a week for Bay Hotel..
|
'
Ills Excellency, the Governor, should be our oonseoutl 'e weeks.AVitness J.nop 10 23 al.. o'iip .. .... Port Tampa 7'bb'p m ...
requested to have a bill prepared granting the Honorable John D. Broome, li lOp 4 00|> 8 ..Jacksonville..Ar 918a 9 2ffp Mon and 1|at.nay. 9 30p La.. Port Tampa.....'- 2 30 pm930pm Thurs. snd San.Wed. .
'
Judire of said court,and the seal of said court 4 40p Yulee Ar 834a8ona 8 33i80p| Tues FlWdiI 3 00p Ar., ...Key West.. .and Rat.Wed. .
the Fleming square alto to Mr. II. M.Flagler. at the court house In Tltusvllle, Florida, this 3'JOp40p Ar.,.Fernandtna..Lv and Sat. 6 00a Ar ...Lv| 12 30p m and Sat.
83rd day of March, A i> !* aiop3ftp 10 Ar.... Everett Ar iiooa 8 30a343a 6 43p
The question has been so long TWp .. Ar. .. Brunswick. ..I.v
3 -
before the minds of and It A. A. STEWART, 3 4!>p W|) ... Savannah. ...Lv 82o24a 3 Hia000a 4 4llp 415a Daily, t Daily except Sunday.
4.lp
our people, n" ,n [L. S.] Clerk Circuit Court.tnarJOaprSO 3 37p SOOp li Lv. Savannah .. ..ArAr. 9B0a 4 33p Trains 3 SrT *
tins been so thoroughly dlscussod, that'thereIs C. R. Stewart, D. C. 1 83 p 2 Fairfax, S. C.I.v 3 0Ha 8 ia 2 23p Dining 37 and 38, New York and Florida Special,carry through Pullman Vostibulwl SlwP'1'
lOOOp 2 ..Denmark ... cars between New York and Tampa. ,
SC .
.1 2 20a 4 00a I 34p
now no oocasion for anything 0 Auicusta, fla B20a Trains al and 32 Carry Through Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars between Cincinnati and >
tut Immediate action. What la. iteeded $S!>VM.IKp ...."X 4 Coluuibia,8. C. saoa 124Ta5.Tup 1103aB23a Train 23, leavlni g Jacksonville dally at 9:12: a m.,arrives at
Sheriff's Sate.UXDHR 00p'a ** Spartanluire, 8 C i 1:00: *0"1? ?*buT* 3:80, Urooksville 6:43 p. m. Train I leaving Jacksonville at Jl
tow Is to give effoct to the wishes of our Asheville, N.C. ' 20BplOOOp "ilX*!f Oakland 3:07 p. m., Lacooohee 6.40 p. m., Tarpon Springs 8.20 p.m., Cleanrswm. >
8 Charlotte, N. C. 4 00a ., St. Petersburg 10 00 p. m., dally except Sunday
people as unequivocally expressed by and by virtue of an Alias Writ of 12 4'Jft ' Sallsliury, N.C. 2 47a 8IVII) 8 17a W.B. COFFIN/ G.D.ACKERIX .
od through" our represen tat Ives. The out of the llrmiit Court 2 07a I0 " Oreeiislxiro, N. C"' lsnliioa 7 37pR 7 03aftMiu Superintendent.' General FaaWf*
3 Irtui' 12 0i| liimvllle, Vo <
in .lip
for Brevard county, a cause therein dependinir. -
fuconyenlenco and loss which Is being wherein It. R. Mol'oruitck Is plaintin p Ulchnionil.Va. I2imii 2 no,,
Occasioned to .Mr. Fl.iglor and Mr. Morton and D P. (iilison is defendant, I nave levied BOa ) "" I.}nchlui rir Va. io siip imp 3 40
,
8 4.V ( linrlnttesvllleNHshlnt.tnn
iim>ii and will sell at puliiin aiirtinn iu front of 8 Up 2 27p 1 Ma
"
nud others, tliniiugh the 'prusont unfortunate the court house door, at Tltusvllle, during the 0 41allOTw 8 8 < \Baltimore "" (">]> II 04'Itasmipi 10 41a20p MALLORY STEAMSniP LINE.IJucklen's .
leirul hours of sale, onMOJ.
Is and 1 IS < 10 ' '
Impasse, very great, Philadelphia 3 34p'! T2tiaI2l0p
.D VY,THE 2nd DAY OF MAY, A D 1808, 8 8.IP 12 New \ork u tna 4 Bn.ip
will Increase with each week's .DipU00.1
delay; to the hifrhesl anil best bidder for cosh, the following IlOOp Boston r Florida
sod iu1cks a satisfactory arrangement IsSi described property of the defend>nt, New York,
situated In Brevard oounty. Florida, towltiB Philadelphia and B09
rived at very soon, we shall be In ar xlnti1nir at n post on tlio west shore of the SLKEriXO CAR SERVICE.Vos. > *
hopeless rnuddje In regaid to our.mall Indian ltiver in Section 'A, township 30, south 31 ami 32, New York and Florida Limited Vestibule, buvreen New York. Jacksonville n.i From Brnnawlck, (via Port Royal, 3. C)to
Inches in
rsnie 38 east, whence a palm 10 diameter St. Augustine. -. \ PASSENGKR SERVICE.
Contraots, "the Southern service and accommodation marked It T beiirs 4H detrrevs north, 12 Nos.33 and 3H Fast U.tll, Sleepers between New York and Jacksonville, and the Cincinnati To make connections with steamers leave J"U'L" '
links distant; also a pulm H Inches in di.imeter .
Sleeper via Ashevllie..Vos. "
for next season's tourists.YVe marked X Iwars north 4M deirrees, eikst 24 .S7 ml J*oarrv thrmiith sleeper* between .1 ickinnvllln .mil Vew York In connection vim Thursday Cumberland at 4 Route 00 p. m via Fernandina Fernandins,close enn"reir ;
hope that tho situation of things Inthose links distant i thenca northwesterly alonn the Sand 13 and 3 ami 10 with Pullm Sleepers Itotween Jacksonville and Tampa. steamers at leaiInn ''
Supper will be on
served
river shore Ml chains to a | No. 30 carries the Clnolnnttl and Flurl U Limited, with the on
north of the wlinrf, from whence bears r.tmp 1, Cincinnati. St. Louin ad Passengers go at once onboard Malfory steamer
respects will be clcaily placed before a palm 12 Kansas Cltv SloeperH. These are brought to luksonvllle by Xo. 3J. Brunswick.PROPOSKIi.
inches in diameter marked 11 T, bearlnji north All baggage will be checked fro n Uomn Depot, rinknts win still Be
sold
at the cltv
the home Biitlsh
( ) government, and 13 degrees, west three links distant) and a palm ofllce.202 If ogan Street,as well as at the Union depot ticket office. ncxetR.W.
that its decision may bo immediately nrclved Ii Inches in diameter marked BT, bears south 3J CAMPBELL, Passenger Agent. J. K. M VR4II vLL, T.ckst. Agent 202 W Bar St
links distant thence northwesteriy C r'O. SAILINGS
decrees east. It ; Hogan. Jacksonville. WALTER at, and'bo in accordance with the K.tson's aliuw southeast the river corner shore; thence to Blankshear northeasterly and . HOLDFNvT. P. A.,St.Augustine, Fla. A. O. MacDOXELL, Gen. Pass. Agent. Lv. New York, Pier 21 E. R., 3 JOp. m', (Standard Time.) Ir.Bn*

practically unanimous wishes of the people at rlKht anirlea UK tho ireneral course of the Friday, Apr. 13 ...RIO GRANDE. TtMW'ffFriday..*
of this colony. channel of the river at this pla4e, to the eilfre of .... COLORADO ... *
Friday, ... FriW.
said channel thence siratneasterly lonir the Apr.i9. .
; Arnica Salve. .Two RIO GRANDE...
The presence of Messrs. IS. W, Par- edge of the channel to a point opposite the IteauUful Pictures Free. Friday, Ma/lJ. ....COLORADO.... FrkW.J
Friday, ... .V.V.V. jriila/i
starting; thence southwesterly at right anclesto "V ..RIO GRANDE....
cons, E. M. Ashley and J. A. McDonald the general course of the channel of tba riiat The best Salve in the world for cuts
again in our city In connection with the this place to the point of beginning.iAIso bruises ulcers salt rheum fever, Two large, beautiful, colored pictures For general Information,steamers, trains, rates, etc.,apply to any railroad aS''nt* nS
sores *
beginning at a post on the west shore of for framing, free; also four copies of the CHAS. DAVUCS,Agent,220 W.Bay 8t.i
[roposod hotel, affords much pleasure to sores, tetter, diapped hands, chilblains, famous Illustrated 0 ,Gs. _
06 180" Brunswick
south 38 east,whence a pahu tree lu inches magazine. Up to Date '"* Agent,
range t. H.
all who are interested in the accomplishment In diameter marked B T, bears 48 degrees north, corns, and all skin eruptions, and positively to anyone who wants tnem. JIALLORY,General Agent, Pier 20, E. River, and 382 Broadway,
of Its erection.In li links distant: also a palm 14 inches In diameter cures Piles, or no pay required.It Each issue of Up to Date has beautiful
marked X, bears north 48 degrees, east 24 is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction colored front back
and
consequence of advice from Xassau link, distant; thence run sontheaaearly along or refunded. Price 2.1c. and' from forty
the shore ot Indian River to the northern boundary money per to fifty large humorous Remember that tho Isdiax "
pictures River "
by the
and the interview which took box. For sale F. S. Chaffee & Co. is stiUgi' !
place be5ween of land now or fo-merlv owned by on* by famous artists of America. Will d "nknds, of b The Advocate
a number of the members of the Heckles, theccerun northeasterly at right angles all the in keen at Iw ,r8 o J Pr* "K free, tobacco seed of *h W
and Mr. before his to the general course of the channel of the 1 vdian family good humor for a whole with lD tr"cita
Flagler River at this place, to the edge of said Kdncsta Tear.Bowels \fltls Casearets. month. Call and get some,
1 sailing'for Florida, he was induced to channel, thence run northwesterly along the Candy Cathartic, cure constipation forever. Your two pictures or other have job printing done.Jr cultivation.
" send the three gentlemen named above edge of said channel to a point opposite the 100,280. It a p.C.fall,druffgUta refund money. six select any two of
tiack to Nassau with tho view of again starting point; thence southwesterly at right you may set in gold frames,
anglea to the general eours. of the channel of will be sent you free of charge If desired
discussing the question, and arriving, If the river at this place to the point of beginning [Remember. the Advocate, Titus- after seeing them. Enclose 10 cents We roald e8te n the favor if our Subscriber, yoar tijWrf,
in
possible, at a conclusive arrangement. JOSEPH P, BROWN, ville, does all kinds of job printing. Giver stamps or silver to to the name-and-date slip
FTasaau Guardian, April 0th. marSSapiM Sheriff Brevard en. us a share of your work.] packing. Address Up pay to Date postage, Chicago and our advertisers to purchase merchandise, yonr paper or wrapper. *w
etc.
would mention the Advocate.S. arrears, please remit.r .


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SUPPLEMENT IND.IAN B\VR ADVp.CAT,E, APRIL IB, 18,98.f .


The most attractive hue that
f PREVAILING MODES. .with shade a woman DECORATIVE at the same time, remember to strike
a of red in her hair can wear WORK. I- i
them
together. Sustain them for the full
is the
as near color of her locks
as possible $2J
time prescribed and relenie both hands
THE SEASON'S SUPPLY OF OUTDOOR without, only darker, in some material SOME PRETTY EFFECTS WITH BRASS at the same instant IXi not forget these
gloss, such as cashmere
a
ladies'
,
WRAPS.Tbcr cloth HEADED TACKS. three pomta striking, duration, releasing.
or velvet Iu the
evening she will
Most amateurs do not observe this \
appear at her best in white
Arc Ian* and Short fcloata, Ruwlu turquoise blue or delicate with mauve, Effect!** Decoration Obtain**! by Cukllled rule, but strike, as is easily, noticed,
pink which the notes in the left hand before those in
Blouse Jaofcots, Dolmut And Cape* oYarlona < has a suggestion of purple in itA Work or* With Llttla Eiprut*. the right Etude.PHOTOS .

Styles on|, CIom Fitting An Old Ida* gnoc fully R* lTd llo*

j ekt* Bpr** ntatlT* Fashion*. VISTA OF FASHION. Kftaotlra Result* At* Kaally Obtained.
OF THE UNSEEN.Dr. .
There is no longer any doubt aa to Popular Colors and Material* Corraet The use of the brass head tack for

the mode* that will prevail during the Stria* In Waldln- and Branlng Tnllta* the ornamentation of boxes, stools, LaU* Maa Photograph* of Nervous

winter months. The fashions are set Blue is a populan color just now, and tables, screens and chairs is one of the KmaaatloD* of tha Human Hotly,

forth most attractively in both imported the newest shade is best described per new "fads" of the "handy woman A new wonder of science is tho photographing

ud domestic} models and are characterized haps as the shade of the. cornflower around the house. Like many of the of the oittnvm or invisible

by graceful moderation in style, when it has begun to fade. It is worthy so called "new fads," this is an old emanations of the human nervous system.

la the matter of outer wraps fashion has of note that the best of the imported idea'revived. New or old, there is no It has been accomplished by DrLuijs

models keep, the only note of contrast denying that very pretty and effective a prominent member of the

boing struck by a touch of pale blue or French Academy of Medicine.In .

pale green just at the collar bund. Collar the course of one of the Inst meetings

bands are very important points ofcostume. of the Society of Hiology of Paris

Home excellent ones on dark lr. Luijs, member of tho Arndomy'of

cloth dresses are formed of a fold of Medicine, explained his discoveries. In *

white satin and a fold of gold galloon. POPPY DESIGN POIt BCKKKN. collaboration wi'h M- David the doctor

These are cut straight in the front and results may be thus obtained. Following has succeeded iu fixing, in it very clear

have little shaped bands standing up are some directions from the New manner, on a photographic proof tho so

round the throat at the back. Among York Herald which may prove of assistance called ehiuvin which ar given off by

the other colors distinctive of the season to readers desirous of attempting the fingers of an adult of good constitution

is pheasant blue. There is also tyrian this work: and enjoying perfect health

purple, the new shade of violet called ,In making a design to be carried ,out To obtain this result two scientists INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE JOB PRINTING OFFICE.We
shut themselves with their in .
reine subject a
marguerite and several brilliant in brass/ beaded nails it is obvious that

shades of red, such as geranium and eminence simple patterns are alone appropriate, laboratory entirely without light. They
the latter the cardinal's placed the hand which was to serve for
suggesting and those
having curved lines are the
hatSleeves most to be oonimeuded. Highly conventional the experiment iu a bath of hydroqul- do Job Printing of all kinds and Guarantee Satisfaction

and skirts have reached a or purely ornamental patterns, none, the underside of the fingers being ,

point where they are likely to remain too, should be chosen, for it would be applied to a plate-of gelatlnobromure -
to Prices and of Work
of silver. Tho lasted 15 20 as Quality
to
SEW CAPX. MANTLE. BLOUSE JACKET. for some time. Soft clinging effects are absurd to draw a uatnrulesque form in pose ,

been unusually liberaL< There are included sought after in house gowns and long brass nails. You had better draw out minutes.Tho .

in the long list Russian blouse jackets skirts are liked. your patterns on tbiu paper, and then plate of gelatlno-bromure, treated

dolmans, pelerines, long and short The October weddings have disclosed transfer them to the wood by rubbing according to the customary methods,

coats and capes galore. Women who anticipated many beautiful bridal toilets. A wedding over the buck with white chalk, following gave ive. a proof aa curious as it is instruct Mufl* Will II* l-arga. DOOLI.TTLE'S. LITTLE JOKE.Ilit .

the withdrawal of capes with gown which is carried out in avery the design with a hard point A Muffs are fanciful in design and are
One sawtho lines of the end* of tho II* Cuur sadness need no longer mourn, for there original fashion is made iu white pattern which is continuous, like tho mndo of yelvet and satin as well aa of Friend
Senator
fingers with the eftlnvia otf from V *and a.
are capes made of cloth, silk, matelasse, duchess satin, with a court train, ornamented scroll on the poppy design suggested given fur They are both largo and medium
them like a kind of On the corner The old eimtor was a
velvet and fur, which are trimmed elaborately with a big true lovers' knot for a screen, has therefore to be repeated spray iu size. Tho large ones, larger than uny great storyteller
of the plate, in the left hand and related interesting and
with applique and jet, fur, chiffon beautifully embroidered in pearls, many times. You could draw just a upper since the days of huge muffs, are many
corner, there appeared a liugnient of humorous accounts of what he hud soon
and lace, much as they were last season. bunches of orange blossoms and a bow portion ou thick tracing paper and brought out us tho leading, style of tho
detached skin in the bath In public life. Ono uf his favorite
floating
stories
Although capes continue in evidence, drapery of white gauze. The front of then prick the design with a thick needle season, and tho furrier tells you that''
which emits ellluvia directly in tho was at tlio exH there is a decided tendency toward the the skirt is veiled with a gauze drapery and so make a "pounce" of it ly they are the thing to huve. 45ut the *
form of vertical filaments. All tho little a warm personal friend. The
of delicate design, and on one side there rubbing the with of medium Is much elegant
-wearing of tight fitting cloth coats, over design some powdered tuulf size more
and
white points which were seen on judge Venator Fussuuden hail been
made to fasten down the center, with is a graceful chatelaine, formed of chalk tied up iu muslin you will in effect us you curry it and decidedly
the black background of the proof appointed on u commission, with several
'long' basques reaching almost to the trails of orange blossom. The bodice is get an impression on the wood, as the represented more convenient to manage.
the dust of etlluvli* flouting in others, to treat with the various chiefs
of these elaborately particularly becoming, with its soft chalk will through the pricked The Mew.York Sun illustrates
knees. Some coats are pass the bath of a number of tho Sioux Nation Indian
hydrnqtiinone.Or. on au important
draperies of gauze and chiffon and its holes. of models of which round
braided; others have a bordering some are ,
Luijs did not stop there with his question of the duy, It was long
crossing bauds of satin Your design will consist of lines flattened ami others
,
of fur introduced. In some oases there researches. He proposed also to record some pocket shaped. before railways had been introduced
are handsome applique designs in fur Some very charming bridesmaids' which you will fasten with the nails, One is mude of bluck velvet gathered into
the effluvia of tb" eyes mid tho ears. into tho far west, and the members oftho
and jet. Although .tight fitting coats dresses are supplied to be worn at the putting each nail point ou the line and New experiments have given excellent a double frill at either end, interlined commission hud to travel on horsehack. -
with long basques.will enjoy a certain same wedding. The/a are six dresses in driving the nail straight home with a with waddmg and linod with green
results iu this respect, mid even plates | Judgo Doolittle was chairman of
popularity, the moujik, or Russian, well directed tap Your, difficulty at
influenced from a distance 'registered the commission, but at the conference
bodice-with full short basques, is at first will be to get the nails to fasten on
very faithfully the impressions felt shifted that duty to tho shoulders of
present, of all shapes, most worn. To evenly, and to judge the distance each '
It goes without saying, says the eminent Senator Fessenden. The latter was highly 1 1i
should be from the last nail
sum the matter of coats, then, they point ,
up scientist in ils report to the Society pleased at the honor conferred on him
either tight fitting have the though this could be overcome by measuring.
are or
of Biology, that these new studies and much "puffed up" In consequence.

blouse effect They are all cut close and will give u new meaning to a series of The judgo had method in his madness,
Thus, if a nail is half inch in
high about the throat- an phenomena long known us suggestive however, for he had beard of the peculiar
Numbered with the newest importations width, with a pair of dividers or a rule
conceptions in default of any demonstration m-eption tendered by the Indians
is a cape in deep heliotrope colored you mark off half inch spaces along your of their reality to tho spokesman of any party of visiting
lines, or if make a border of alternate
cloth trimmed with rovers of cream you The fluid of magnetism termed byReichembach whitnsAt <
cloth embroidered with heliotrope braid.A .large and small nails, say flvoeightns -
tho odd und the neiitrio the appointed time the two parties
mantle seen at one of the shops and of an inch and three-eighths ofan force of Bnrnty will now receive the to tho conference congregated. There

eminently suited for a middle aged lady inch in diameter, then you have only oertiflcuto of scientific reality.It were probably ilUO Indian chiefs present, *

is quite as handsome as its more youthful to mark off these spaces on the line, and is. proved thut there is given off with their wives Senator Fessenden *

companions. It was in black veloursdn no difficulty ought to present itself. A normally from the human body in a advanced to do the honors for the commissioners i
good deal of the effect would be obtained
nord, jetted with exquisitely light continuous manner a special fluid which when, to bis dismay, tha
cut jet, the sleeves and collar being by using different sized naila The cen- seems to be an essentiul muni testation whole body of Indians, squaws and all,

edged with skunk. It fitted tightly at of life, and which exteriorizes itself advanced and, after embracing the

the back, but fell loose in the front and as lately Colonel de Itoehns hits THrkr nkw MUrrs.satin. chairman, gave him, nooordlng to their

was lined with a novel fancy brocaded tried to. prove with so much ecul. He A stylish black nut in bow, with custom, a welcoming kisa Judge Doo

taffeta. The headgear, which looked remarkably terms it the exteriorization of sensibility. two sable heads, decorates the side. Ermine little often said be thought that Fessen

well with this mantle, was asmall' beads are also very pretty for this den never forgave him Tor the trick.

toque in black velvet, with a Several objection* were raised on the purpose. Another muff of autlu to match lioston Herald.

sequin brim and full crown, being finished examination of the first proof of the the costume iu color is gathered into a

with black tips at the side.A fingers, ettluvia. Certain incredulous succession of puffs and finished around Cluarillasr Har Narva*. '- #<

clever modification of the Russian WEDDING GOWN IN DUCHESS SATIN. persons asked if the impressions produced the hand with silk plaiting* aud a frill A little east end maiden of S sum-

Mouse shape, which will be so generally fine moussellne de sole over silk, each on the plutn of gulutino brotnure of lace Flowers decors te the side. A mars, whose clever sayings are the delight

worn this season, is seen to great advantage color being different and representing did not result simply from the contact bag shaped muff is made of green velvet of her friends, recently dined with

in a black cloth coat ornamented the rich tints of the autumn foliage in of the Angers. lined with creuin white satin and an aunt At the beginning of th repast

with a very elaborate trimming of shades of green, brown and old gold. DESIGN POH TOP OF TABLE.ter To answer these critics, Dr. Loijs insulated trimmed with plulttngs of green silk. he gravely said to her relative!

fine black braid. .The back of this coal The mousseline de soie draperies >are part of a line, for instance in a leaf two fingers, avoiding all contact These model* offer some suggestions for "I'll take just'one oup of teaAuntLiza

is perfectly tight fitting,"and therefore crossed and recrossed by bands of very might be of five-eighth inch nails, then with the plate. The result was a proof fashioning one at home With deft fingers I huve to be so careful about myuervoa

far more graceful and .becoming than fine black lace insertion and the bodices three-eighth inch, ending with quarter which bore three impressions like the aud some taste it can be quite as If 1 don t take care, I'll have

the ordinary blouse back, while in front very tastefully arranged with folded inch. Then different patterns would be first and two others less developed, but dressy and good style as the more expensive uorves like a cat '

tha draperies of cloth droop over the chemisettes of white chiffon and large combined, for there are a great many yet convincing.Wo ones. She got ber tea, and It is scarcely

waistband in the most approved fashion.A revers of real lace. This is quite an different shapes and sizes in these nails, may be sure, suys the doctor, that necessary to add that when she had finished

narrow edging of black astrakhan fur original idea and most delightfully varying from small, round headed nails this process is likely to have prolific results How to Malta CoSJaa."Fin it she forgot all about her poof

forms a kind of Vest in the center of carried out, as the various autumn at 8 cents per dozen to larger and more in physiology and in pathology., Itis bur" tha liMt ooftva ami than pat nerves aud olumorod for more. Cleveland

the front and borders- the high black hades harmonize perfectly with each ornamental ones at 9 cents.I.would easy of application and is within the plantSi Old Haj inn > HUiu Dealer-
To bar* roar ooff** *trong and jtuudfrkiine
velvet collar. The cuffs are also edged other and make a charming picture be worth while buying a reach of all persons who have an elementary tinny* mum tint bo umlwrsiood,

-with, black astrakhan to correspond.In when the dresses are grouped together sample set and keeping it by you, so knowledge of photography. r"or if rou sliitht Una am ill* rule, Tim*'* Cbaog**.
toilets comes a fabric The immersion can ha effected in on ordinary fJ Klect IN* out or makw too tali,
illustration of, the tendency to long For evening that yon can design to suit the different In 18.10 Ooethe wrote to a friend thai
basques may be cited a tailor costume known as "craquele tulle, the name naila This sort of decoration is most bath of 9-13. Omit Or DM to* th*tir oufTov it wlmn oimaplr jroa ought boUKht, it seemed almost inconceivable that now

of sapphire blue melton cloth trimmed indicating its crackled surface. It comes permanent as nothing short of pulling One can thus record the variation of Than b* onila nun rou II not nuooasdWno that the Uothurd wagon road had been

with Persian lamb and braid.A in white, also iu colors, and is effective the nails out will destroy it The design the nervous force which is incessantly a* h ruu* ma* t>rto road. opened It wus possible to go from

dressmaker's creation in way of a in black when trimmed with jet and for a tea table top is so simple that a given oft from the digital extrelnitiesof Hoi watar now, Frankfort to Milan iu a single weelu lais

Walking costume is worthy of desoripTBOM flowera Many of the new evening gowns child might try it with success, using human beings. It varies according to Una oup allow now done in a day.Ilia .
are made of jetted materials, and there for the ornamentations ordinary flat age, sez, the different periods of the To aon and av'ry drtnkar, V'JA '

is much talk of trimmings of fur in combination headed brass tacks.Inipln day and the state of emotion which sets And ntilt on* mora Vata."WbatV .
silks. Evening bodices the human being vibrating. Uoioplataa tha Mora
With light '
For *o tariff tinker.Ivans become of your brotherf"sskod
are often trimmed square at the Car* For Warts. the oyster waiting to be fried ta

neck, mostly with a long falling draped Some one, whom the journals call Light Cvra For Rhoamatlam.A (WHS watar* wall Hoi.your pot companion who was destined to* ornament
St Petersburg has been
piece of lace or thin material descending Professor Shoesof, is willing to stand in physician Than aim tit* oulta* wBiota la baat a httlf, holL"Ob
almost to the waist in a deep scallop, his naked feet and aver that the juice experimenting with electric- lights as a For Muin a spoon.N I believe he's gone into tha interior
side with plumes, on cure for rheumatism with great success, iKht, morn or noon.Tn "
at one of
caught up of the common garden euphorbium will turkey, said the one address
flowers, which fall in one as he reports cures of 14 out of 18 cases minnt** boil wilt 4o th* raat.
the other with remove warts. Median's Monthly says: of chronic rheumatism, 'i oat of 4 casusof Vat If, O man, U>* atrn sli b* no*, ed. Yonkers Statesman.A .
long end almost to the knee. "This is not a popular delusion. The Ad I atlll a spoon tor outaapotOood
The black satin skirt with a fancy professor may resume his shoes, for neurosis arid of all the eases of sciatica Houaakaaplng.ftabbar I'olatar for tho LtotaatiT**.

waist, to be worn at the theater and nothing is better known than this fact and lumbago so treated The patient, LIhiI Werahlpe. "I saw you looking at a folding bed
semidress occasions, promises to wealing blue glasses, is placed about yesterday. Do think of into
on other In the old 'grandmother's gardens'there In French naval circles there is again you moving
five feet from
a powerful arc light '
provided flat?!
a
outlive the winter was generally a patch of Euphorbia
some tulk of adopting a "filling" between
with reflector and is
a protected
"Na rich uncle
My who
has
cyparissias, or milkweed, grown especially the Interskln and the inner shell mads)
Baahaa in In Vo a* by a screen in which is cut an aperture his
for the In his boyhood me principal heir. Is coming to visit
purpose. to allow the light to fall the At present cellulose and corn pith seem "
to be worn of varying upon part u Cleveland Leader.A .
are of the
Bashes the hands writer were cleared of
affected, the temperature being never to have gone out of favor, and it is now
widths and textures, knotted, looped or warts by the juice of a broken branch
to utilize caoutchouc
proposed or some
the raised more than 4 degrees above nor.mat.
and falling to the hew of them. Ulnlactla Sa*
left plain This announcement made in the placed on The patient is exposed from 45 similar elastic substance, so that even IUcks 1 understand Scribbler is
skirt seconds to 3 niiuutea should the vessel or shoe penetrate., the
is followed by a description and In making barrel of
New York Sun, Hlata Hlp* MaaU. a money.
rent will 'close again, and only a small
During the experiments it was observed
TB* TAHOBS THB DRXSBaLaJtlRS.tion of sashes that have already appear When learning a piece, stop and correct quantity of water be admitted. Tests Wicks Not from his writings?
being singularly graceful in effect ed. Some are of heavy marie; others are every mistake, and be especially that after six or eight hours' exposure have been made Hicks Yes, bar has written a book lathe
itching and tingling felt the already a structure representing
It is made In the new shade of green.Tha of satin or Roman striped silk Many particular to finger uniformly, but after skin reddens and in 48 hours are peels,off. a small part of the length ofa golf dialect. Philadelphia Record.Thalr .

bodice is trimmed in quite an original of the sashes are edged with plaittngsof a piece is once learned, never stop for The doctor that there has been a vessel being fitted with the cellular

fashion, with a collar and straps of net or lace. a mistake, because.this would establish says double sides filled with caoutchouo and Wont raalt. (
notable diminution
the of
in number
green velvet covered with very handaome The blouse bodice. In varying forms, a habit of stumbling it was perforated within and outside at "What Is the worst thing about riches
of
cases rheumatism, neuralgia, migraine "
black The bodice is further has given rise to these sashes, and they strike ? asked a schoolteacher of a boy."Their .
gulnure. It is better to a wrong note energetically and other various depths above and below the
ornamented with a front of black threaten to supersede belts even for everyday than to touch the right one electric workmen uervousdiHekSftsamong, which he attributes water line and allowed to float in the scarcity," be replied and was

and white silk and an inner vest and house or street evidence wear The this waistline seaaon. as if afraid of It and repeat it several to the effects of the aro light -(exchange. river, and yet it was found after a considerable immediately rewarded with \ prise.rTltBlta
in
cuffs of deep coral velvet U very much that it will times in a stammering manner before time that only a fsw pints of

AUCK VAWTOM. and modistes predict fashion getting it correct water had leaked through the interior Work* Hoth Wan. <
the old time j
not belong before visibly to the corsage The fact that one part of a piece maybe Industries and iron.Katlrad She If it wasn't for the old bachelors
sewed
skirts Sb* Was Wall OtT."Yes
] Harmon? of Color* of Already the leaa difficult is no reason why thai there would be no flirta '.
Awhile the mistaken belief will come in style again. should be faster ," said the model wife as sbat fraav tba Kaaa*. He It
ago very and bouse gowns are part played than the If wasn't for toe flirts. thfer
prevailed that persons with chestnut or new tea gowns although the line rest of it Neither are technical difficult in her chair at 11 p. m., sewing ouber Wallace What is the reason Johnny would be no old Jstchslors, Chicago
;
even downright red hair could wear made in this manner concealed, and it is just aIterJ ties a reason for playing such part slow husband's clothing, "it is well isn't wtMtnug bis Little Defender budge News. '

nothing but light blue and certain ioining U booest old er. However, in most instances where enough fur me. Mine is indeed au easy any moretin. /
and the
hadeof green if tbey wished to look between that" with the skirt gsth- technical difficulties occur, there is also lot But there is my poor husband at Wallace fie doesn't seem to beso aoaMthlnc brllllaat.Wsggs .

their best Now Standard Designer expresses fashioned "body. enrfttn harmoutcal crowding, and in such cases this moment working like a navvy onbis fowl of uiiuuteriug t j dumb animals Cholly Saphead got ofl m
more simply on to u and "r J wheel and perspiring like a stokeiin bright thing at the club last night, "
the opinion that nothing- grandmother* a ntardando u permissible since he put a'poor little, half frozen '
colors touch a cord, that our the bold of an Atlantic liner." Boa- Wggs-.No .Wbat waalt? '
unbecoming than these two When claying chords in both hands bee la his pocket to get it warm. Cincinnati
a one unless she has a very fair wore. ton Transcript uauirer, / v7agganU "silk .bat. Brooklyn.Ufa. .

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HODGES & GODFREY

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Manufacturers of
Black velvet ribbon rosettes centered

with cut steel buckles are used to head Yellow Pine Lumber

a lace bertba ruffle around a low neck.Applique .

vines of lace are used for A few years aim Dr. ,
KOUGH A DRESSED
trimming the front ekirt senilis and corsage Vincent came to tflorUlaanil ,

of evening Rownsof white, yellow, Iwfran practice lew than, uylulvertlHlnitIn Orange Bo* Heads,

turquoiHC, pink, lavender or uile green atalked week lie alxiiit"wae the man moat lathe Fruit A Vegetable Crates.

ilk. H tie. I'hvi>lclaiiR Lumber delivered at any part of Indian River
were asked liy their patient on through bill 6f lading. Anyone contemniat.
Poplins ore in style again in plain, what tbeythoujchtalxmt Ing building on the Kant Coast,would do well tn
plaid and striped effects and are to be thl. Dr. Vinoeut.ClliiKlnu write for prices. The Sawmill is situated on th.
used with velvet Waists or the full to tlie teacliinitof J.,T.&K.AV.Ry.,9 miles south of Palatka.SatsumalllKhts .
a liecaile and
dress is of pluin poplin trimmed with looking upon ago the newcomer ,Putnam co.Fla.Orniifro .
8. JONES, velvet. as a anrt of an Interloper
,their reply was
'
Becoming neck arrangements show a always tho fame: "HeIs NATIONAL --

AT-L.A W.TIJUSVILLE medici collar effect at the back an advertiser,and yon
ATTORNEY high can't expert hint to be nini'b on that aoooiint/'
and in front a large bow of tulle or a How woiulnrliilly thing* have ctmnued In a few Home-Seekers
BREVARD CO., FI-A, tulle is nhort immthft. To-day there la not an honest MACIIINKltV IIANIH.KH FltOlhT FII. >T IIOIWKspr
loco cravat. Dotted gauze or practitioner In tint city, lint who will ea, that Tills steamboat Is S7-f t. lone, 9'4-tt. beam. 2-ft.deptli of hold i draws 12 " > of / and
of Brevard more becoming than the plain. l>r. \ Incent hu* certainly cured many of the will run elK>>t miles an hour. Has oahln (ix.14 fei-t,with UH-ft. bead-room. Two folding; beds ana REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE.
County Judge County. wiiret kinds of chronic cases. Hut It I* not the Kalley,Bxs-f t. Can aoiwinniiMlate six or elicut persons eimlly. Horns either wood or coal. "";
'An overdress of pearl gauze has know of all for flr io, or
gray who are aiippoHeil to able for pleasure imrptme or llfchtfreiKht or llxhlnir Imaineas. We will duplicate
the entire \vaint and sleeves."in cross bene cure*, (to where >oii will UiroiiKhout the will alter to suit conditions,at prices from Siun.ou to lvxi.MKRltll.I .

D.L.. OAtlLDEjr,. tucks, collar and belt with long ends of city the or name ttluteand time.>Dr.ou will Vincent bear does of these not cluiin cases.At to. MTKVKNS RNG1NKKKINO CO., Exchanging Troperty for Property aSpecialty.

orange colored satin. This is.need over tie Infallible. He sometimes faila, but when lie 138\% 140 East Bay St.,Jacksonville, Kla. Knglneers, Contractors, Etc. Send Description of what
cbnnces that there is no hope for
ATTOKNE Y-AT-LA doe*,the are
W\ a partly worn gray silk and has white the case, no matter where lie goes. In all caaeshe you have, and what you want.MALABAR .
Will practice In all the Court* of th* Stat* lace ruffles' lu tb collar and wrists. ankn but a fair and Impartial trial. That isall.

: of Florida,sad*a*'Uaitad Stat..Courts. Neat black gowns are relieved by collar SPECIALTIES! Indian River, FLORIDA.C. .

p.o. box,838. r"Trnr9vn-iJc; fla. and belt of black satin, fastened with CATARRH and all CHRONIC DISEASES of C. CARROLL,
Money to Loan. It1VT the Eye, bar. None,Throat, Lungs,Heart,Stomach
gilt buckles, a row of small gilt buttons Liver, llowels. Kidneysfthulilrr, Nerves, Real Estate Agent.
down the side opening and a scroll Skin and Blood Chronic Ulrrra (old sore leg), Etc.HOMESEEKERS
Cancer,Rupture, Stricture, Varicocele, Hydro
GOLDSMITU, braiding over the waist front of black cele ami files guaranteed cured without using Choice .
satin ribbon edged with gilt soutache.Heveral the kntTe. lUiuunintlHin, disuams peculiar to .
women and l'rlvate Idwisses of both sexes, are
of the very latest hats show given special attention. Wlrjes, Liquors

A, JORNEY.AT-, thick Turkish twists' of pelisse'or silk No charge. Hs>clal for consultation.rates for m 11 treatment.DR. Fees always. renaontible. arc Seeking a Home in the . and Cigars.

tnuslin encircling the crowns or resting W. T. 8. VINCENT
Titusville Florida. Specialist. Guaranteed Pure.
well out on the'brims. At the front or Mohawk lllock,cor. Kay Hi Market Streets,
'
left sitle these wrists are knotted and Jacksonville, Florida. South should send to tho undersigned Sold.at reduced

finished with a bird with outstretched Hours t n to l'J a. 111.| 2 to 4 7 to 8 p. m. prices
G.CARYELWES, Sundays a''Hi to S in.only.

NOTARY PUBLIC, wings.Smooth finished blue black silk warp for a copy of the Imported Tokay Wine,

STATE AT LARGE. goods art, very fashionable for utility What do you need in the way of from Italy.

made all block or with a colored envelopes, note and letter beads, bill
Typewriting, taxes paid for nonresidents gowns, up
rents and Accounts collected, vest ar.d collar. They are Rimmed beads, statements, tags, cards, etc ? Florida East Coast Homeseeker. John B.iTogni,
We shall be to have share of
glad
a
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to., eto, Correspondence solicited."Tltnsvllle with satin, velvet, braid, jet and even work. We have a first-class lob depnit-your Metropolitan Saloon,123 East Bay St,
.
J Florida.F .
lace and take all of the
heavy as a yoko mont connected with the Advocatk, JACKSONVILLE, "FLORIDA.Wholemile .
decorations equally well. 1 and all we ask Is a uliare of your woik.Kvervbody .
and Retail......
J. WEBB, We have lands, for Fruit Growing, Trucking, Tobacco Growinff, and foi i_ _
HORSE TALKS.I. Winter and Summer Homes. Climate the healthiest In tl> United States.
Says So.Casenrets The Largest and Most Complete

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Old Johnston's 3:06 4 is still the ('atur) Catlturtlc, the most won Apply to Establishment South.GEO. .
Will practloe'in the Courts of the 7thCircuit. deiful iiiiHiiuul discmerv of tlie age, pleasant
champion mark to high-wheeled sulky. and refivsliing to the tusle, net gently
'' Land Commissioner
JAS. E. INGRAHAM
Margarine and ber filly foal by Hanover nil po'sltlvcly mi kidneys, liver and bowels, S. HACKER & SON
Melbourne, -, Florida. cleansing the entire system, dispel colds, ,
FLORIDA EAST COAST RT
have been sbipptd to Richard Croker's cure bendaolie, fever, hnliltuiil oiietlpetloo ,
stud farm in England. and biliousness. Please buy and try a box
of O. C. V. toilsv; 10, : no cents. Sold and ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.MANIER .
FRIES C. E.CqUN of old Buffalo
I.O. Cracksman, 3:141 son guaranteed to cure by all drugg-lsts.
Oirl, is credited with having pulled

Y SURVEYOR.JjSnd Owner Latimer a mile in 4:09: J4.A .

legally surveyed and sub-dlvldcd. few French breeders have formed a Orove nml JCesUlence

society the object of which will be to for Suit'.
Mapping neatly done. Estimates for promote the breeding of high class saddle

all kinds of 'engineering works'. DIsputed horses. A fine grove and garden property of
12 acres fronting on the Indian River
lines a specialty, The double champion bred hackney and extending, back toHhe county road

stallion Kosencrnnrz has been sold by at Shnrpes about 14 miles south ofTitusville & LANE MUSIC CO.Conover
TrrusvitXB, > Brevard Co., Flohida. his late English owners at a record price known as the Brock place; .

to go to the Argent ma 500 bearing tiees; good house, four

Oscar Ames owns seven Joe Patchen rooms and Kitchen; servants' house and

OTEPIIEN E. FOSTER, yearlings, and the youngsters have all packinghouse. Pi Ice, if J(500.00.( MANUFACTURERS OF

shown to harness in 40 seconds Apply to
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, bettor. quarters / RoiiniNs & Graham, Doors, Sash, Blinds,
or Attys. for owners, Fischer Kingsbury FrankilnPIANOS.
Room* 420 A 423, Gardner Building, NY Ilnbinger, who won nearly Titusville, Fla.Don't Moulding & Building Material.

Jacksonville, Flo Bin a.Wm 10,000 on Rilnm lu the Transylvania,

lade Driver W, O Foote the handsome
very
Tobacco Spit ami Smoke Year I lie i w J.To Office & Warerooms, King, opposite
present of a 91,000 note after the : i Cannon Street." "
Scott. Gordon R, Buoome. quit tobucuo easily and forever, be nmjnetlo. .., .
race.I1 full of life, nerve and visor, take No-To- v
CCOTT 4 BROOME, I1 John Mead, Creenfield, Masa, is saving Duo,the wonder-worker, that inaUoi-weoU men Charleston, S. C.

his trotter Willie Mead, 3:331$, byUambletonian stroigg. All druuglBts,Coo orfl. Curaguaras.' PHICAGO COTTAGE ORGANS.
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW" teed. Hoohlet and sample free. Address ....
Don for stake events Sash Cord and
big Sterling Remedy Co., Chleago or New York. Weights
(over Bank) next year. It is claimed that the trotter ,

mile below 3:15. Lowest Prices Terms. Hardware.
1 Miami, Florida. can go a ; Easy
Star Pointer not only has beaten all

pacing records, but he has staid 6u edpe Sharing Parlor., Write for Catalogues.MANIER. Window and Fancy Glass

GEORGE W.i ALLEN,' since long before July 4, the'date of-his A SPEOrALTYJBO

., first raco, and considering the number & LANE MUSIC COMPANY,

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW of very fast -miles he has gone that' is
truly phenomenal.In 24 East Bay Street, Jacksonville, Fla.J&u. YEARS'EXPERIENCE
Key West, t. Florida.
the now famous bicycle horse racoat

Will practice In the United States Holmesburg. Pa., tho time actually

and Stat* Courts.TVR. 9jun0JS made by the horses for five miles wan

6:81 and .by the quad 10:18: which

difference, being expressed in yards,
P. H. HOUGHTON, amounted to 800 The cyclists lost $000In

the truosiieti'in Uuiseman. Southern Trade Mah*
Dksi nCopyriohts
DENTIST Ac
,
SIZES.A Anyone sending a sketoh and daaorlptlonraiarqnloklr
a oertain our opinion fraa "' "
Daytona, Floi Ida.p Railway. lii entlon la probably patentable. Sn"' :
demy folio volntue is 18 by It inch tlon.ntrlotly confidential. Handbook on Pat jit4ent .
free. Oldeat aaenoy for e urln j Unt.
es. Patents'-taken throuah'Mann Co.r* l etprcialnotUt
without obnrge, lu the
The human is 2 inched
? alph e. SMrrir, m. d: ordinary nose

)ong.Th HOST rXOELLENT SERVICE EVEK OFFERED OUT OF FLORIDA. Scientific American.A .
duodecimo page measure* 7 by 4inches. handsomely lllnrtrated weeklr.eulatlon Iju* rt*lr-
PHYSICIAN AND SUROEON. of any eclenttU ionmal. Term..sjia
t > ( H. S. MEADOR, NCRTH EAST WEST.i year: four month., L Sold byall pew.deal.rj.MUNN .

Specialist In Genial, Urinary an Rectal The crowu octavo page is ?H by 4Vnones. Washington Avenue, i & Co.36 Br New Tort
( .-
Diseases.Sanfobd TfTUSVILLK, .- FLORIDA. THROUGH
A royal folio volume has a page 0 by PULLMAN DRAWING ROOM OARS, DININO OARS,
Florida. 19 inches. THOROUOHFARB COACHES, VESTIBTTLBD TRAINS? '

The foolscap octavo page is 7 inched TAMPS WHY *" iVEYDU

MT We woultl esteem the favor If oiirJe Jong by 4 in width.Oue NEW YORK AND FLORIDA LiniTED." WORK DON! QUICK

d ra .*wber/Twriting or. calling upon hundred drops from a medicine rH!!'ll7,0.yb,2L"d. Pun "l" Drawing Boom Compartment, v""rT"u and QUICKCHFJPAMDARELIAB11
advertiser to merchandise Anguatlna an our purchase dropper make a spoonful. eto.4 would nisntlon th* Advooath. "WASMINQTON AND SOUTHWESTERN LiniTED." EALS >' *! '"H CKS.J
The height1 man is 6 feet 6
average Thrmn'h Vaalihulwl
Drawing-Boom Hlreulng Cat. batwaea Tanma a a N.w r rV > "iPhJE!
WANTED AOKNTS. inches, his weight 141X pounds. via Ja.k80BVlUa. avaa ah aid tJoliiraUa. without chVnge

The average height of woman is 6 feet UNITED STATES FAST MAIL." BIG CrST PLAN

The Confederate Soldier In the Civil 8 inches, her weight 184)4 pounda COTTON Pnllmuii tlrawtngRoom Buffat Sleepiag Car.b.tw..o Jacksonvlll.and New York. IN THE SOUTH

War,'*eontalne 500 pages 13x10 Inches, The fi cent' nickel piece is exactly embraclnif Lynchburg-, Charlottesville, v i r*""*

and aver 1,100 large battle scenes, portraits three-quarters of an inch in diameter. SOFT SEINE. TWINES.A Washington, Baltimore and Philadelphia.

maps, eto. The greatest and larg. The incisor teeth of man are seldom STURGEON TWINE. "CINCINNATI AND FLORIDA LIMITED." VIGOROUS
est W r B-r>ok aver published'and'theOD PKRFECT WEAK MEN MADE
than one-fourth of luch Bulla \mllliulnd Irala
more au long. of PulUnaa
DrawiogKoom
.ly. OQ*that doe* justice to the Confederate CABLE C0RD8 and MACRAMC.E. Hl ptnr Car*aad Flr.t Olaaa TkorAI -
soldier and the'cause he fought The wolf la-from 3 to D feet inlength'

for. Agents wanted everywhere to sell and stands about 18 inches high. EMORY JOHNSON, o < a o. mm.M00DUS .
this bookon our new and easy'plan. o Through Pullman SleepingCars to
CONN.
The hyena Is about the size of an ordinary ,
Many of the.lady and gentlemen agents Newfoundland dog. from 8 to Cincinnati, via Columbia and Asheville, Through tha
Who are-at work are making from *.Y> to 'oy.IniiUcrrtirm. i d Y. !> .
$200 per mouthV Teterans, sons and to8H'feet. 'L'AND OF THE SKY." Old

daughters of Veteran*, and other* Interested old fashioned copper, or 1 cent THEFISHING Toi.gh alaapara to Maoi.n. Atlanta, Birmingham, WhatPEFFER'S HERVJGOR ,)
send beautiful piece was little than inch in A'it| luChatlaaooga, Iunl M.taahl. and sssaty. It act pSSeTfoTly ana qTJMuy. "" S
are requested to for' a a more an vtlla and fet. Li.uia, * otherafalU Yoang men regain lo t maobowUomm.n
Illustrated descriptive circular(free) diameter.Bonlptors. GAZETTE reoover youthful Tlanr. Aaaola iy J ""
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and terms to agents. Address Courier- that the utn.taCnr.ntmairawk mjSmSS.
perfectly
say
proportioned
Journal Job Printing Co. Louisville Ky. ESTABLISHED ellher aax. X-allla*M.a.ryVWaalM III"
( 1884. '
mouth is three-quarters of the ) >, and o>l tftct* of tlf aftu or '' fr!
A. 1IISTORV OF TUB WORLD'SFISUBIUES. Ward, oiDon't nUyandOo.u.apUoa.
length of the nose. A rIPMAM, FlOH',* **** AKt" 3I3 W"st Bay Street. JaoUsonrin. Fla let drni fraiet Impoea a wor ble a subatitoia -
r mrn, you hecaune H yield,a greater proflt. loal'ton najing
The lenses for spectacle* are about 1 0",r "***'* lhll* o la the PEerElt'S NEKVIUOB, or i .J
rrorlil Uvutv,| rtrlualrrlv < the Can be carried prepaid plain wrapper. -
o
Invent pocket
0-8 inches lu their greatest and 1 inch P"' *f'el l Klahrrlra. Vl.K Culture t en. Pa.M.. Agt A t Paaa Kl per boxor lor MS, wltn, A "'"J"tvrlttea
In their least diameter*. no. Anturul lllatorr of Plate. wiuahlngioa, D. O. Washlngtoa. U. O. Atlanta agt.,,OaWAIVTEI U r t.e to Cara ar RetaadH >
the orriciAi. oroas of the trade. January, i8o3. .ey. Paniphletfrea.8oWbydraioti.ta.AjaySold
The seat of chair is 18
an ordinary A Varuable MiMlumr for Aiivrtlstra.

inch** front the Moor Luxurious church The FISHING o* the principal GAZETTE Plan: (iva markita the dallr of quotations the by J. B. Screven, only.

pew* are SJ to B Inches lower. .cuntrjr. and all the n i of |he Fl hln World.It K
la Inillapentahle alike to the FISHERMAN P Tour Ey. on Spain
nil FISH DKALRR, Ordera arcrpted on N. Y.n ). And other 'DR. PCFFER'S
All U l t Tner*. ai.00 p r r, postpaid to Lnlteil8tnt newspaper during these TANSY
"I'm glad to know, remarked Mis* H 1 nnada.U.in .nUjay! top maf et prices for WITITE excltineOa
Cayenne, "that Mr and Mr* J inkle* pr a ear, poatpaia to FarelfSFiMBIrlfa fS5? if! "m1 wn TE EGRET PLUMES. la.nT W ky, X eW" 8a NEAT DISCOVERT. (;rauec" ieJtA
OKEEN SALTED ZlS" Mondays and Thursdays and aew,nUatae aad a JJJ Jnenaturauon.
are Jiving far mora happily than they ad tow sample eopr. ALHOATOK SKIJfS bj moni" l,
Talw II trains,brlnss .Mow BMd fcyoTjri, JTladlea.
were formerly AUdrTITB i- tk r v/S.
FISIIIVO OAZISTTE.MAIU Write for Utest prices. KH newYou oai depend onJ layliroratM
"Indeedr "
A EXPRESS BLDO.. LOUIS p i r. p. boa. > talld iaMiaJ
"Yea 1 am informed that they have 303 BROAD WAT.EW Commission STEAKNv. Merchant, ??/-J-! ? ,ear 50 cent* * months .tamp l,In for plain parUeuiaK wrapp.nJS.nJ' iXlful-
.
not spoken to each other for week ' / m0nthSub8c
YOtVK. Ceekmao St., New Tork City. Remit to -Ibe now
London Tit Hita r *'
The Weekly News, Savannah, Oa. gold by J, B. Screven, only.ffi .













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INDIAN KIVKK ADVIJCATK, APRIL 15, 1898.JACKSONVILLE. <*l


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Irish wn. KAU OALLIK.
A CITY OF STREET CARS.Ca .
There are many spots in Ireland to
Opened f>- which are attached legends* in which K.VU OALLIK, Brevard Co., FIJI.11U .
iotelperior rllla, oa> the Paelfle Cm.*, aad It* The Hotel Granada
January 1894 his satanic majesty plays a prominent I
Domlallaa ( Abaodoaed VahlcLa.
Such are the Devil's gap. the miles south of Jacksonville; IA milejr-
The idea of converting an, abandoned'' part Devil's bowl and mau' others. A good south of Rocklodge, on the Indian River and F. K. V. K'y. Near Eau (Jallle rlvea,.
y opposite mouth of Banana river. Unexcelled, boating, fishing and buatlurf.
street car into -domicile Is strictly Cal is told of Irishman's wit in
and Bus moots all trains. Terms if story an Matchless climate; no malaria. In the famiHis Indian Kiver orange and pineapple
Cuisine Service. *2.50 oniiau as original the houseboat
rates by week JOHN 8. boWEX; Proprietor? as this oonnictUm.One district Launch for use of guests. Klrst-vlas* liome-llke hotel. Kates, $_!U) t>
Special
rf life of Belvedere bay or the slave traffic day au English tourist was being $.1.00 per day. Special rates by month or moahoq. Open all tho year.W. .
of Chinatown. When yon think of It, shown "the sights" by a guide, whom II. II. Uluason, Real F.stato. GKO. O. ULKASON, Manager.WiST .
there is uo reason why some such use we will call Dennis. The Devil's gap

Hotel./ should not be made of those obsolete bad been seen, and, moving away, the

fayelers' vehicles, with their glazed side* and tourist remarked."What 1WLM ItlLVCH. %
an amount of land tho devil
varnished panels. Yet there ia nothing
possesses iu Irolaud. He must be a very
jrhi" hotel Is now under new management, and Las been thoroughly renovated about the style of them as they were Important personage in your country."

borne through the streets in other and "Wisha, thru, said Dennis, "anyer Seminole Hotel *
| meeU all Trains, and Electrio Cars pass door. Bath i
leniences m on every floor.J rooms and al< older days to suggest this ultimate purpose honor's right' but, like the rest iv

OPEN ALL THE YEAR.LsAmerlcan of their being. Who, though, sees the landlords, ho's an' absentee an lives
J his old clothes in the white paper of in London. Nuggets. OrEN ALL TIIK YEAR. _

: Plan, *2.00; European, 50c to $1. Special by the week the morning journal or mere coal intlio WKST l'ALM BEACH, FLORIDA.
FELIX Where It Would It Welcome.
I GARCIA, Prop.ie gas flame which illuminates bis' This bolel Is substantially built of brick, and has every convenience. Close tactile

dining room? Of the availability of a railway depot Free'buss to aud from tiaius. Boats at Inched to the fcutel,.
Cor Bay Bridge SU. street car for living purpose thoro maybe with liabiog tackle on board for the use of ftiesta. Rates, from $2.00 per day aaiL
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. upwards; special rates t>y the week or month.
Elliot Under new management. Each department a question, but of the adaptability of QEOROE ZAFF,,Proprietor,
furnished absolutely new with all In.- the structure there is uo doubt not, at
! J>r 1ov m n\' Overlooking the St. JoIim Klver least, after a visit to Carville. Carvill"is
U throe blocks of the Union depot, Clyde S. S. Co., and new po.toffico. i on the verge of the Pacific ocean and MIAMI.Graham's .
trie the door. Free Bus.
cars pass
the northwestern of Golden
on 'edge
: European, 50c, 75c, $1.00 and $1.50
|iutps per day. American from
| day. 0oer Gate park. It is founded on the sand 150 rooms. 8H( ) feet f>f broad plasm*,.
M.ST. O. FINLEY dunes, and its residents are free of the The mont ritmpleto office In South Florida.
sea breezes and the sunsets. Before them Hotel I.rtigo, liglii and airy dining-room..
.Jacksonville, Fla. the park stretches out its vistas of dark T.MII.K UNSURPASSED.

green, around them are tawny sand Rates, $2.60 per dav and upward,
dunes a veritable Sahara billowing MIAMI, FLA. 8. 11 RAH AM, Proprietor..
AUGUSTINK.e away to the hills. To the west the Facifio -

stretches inimitably its bright

the Hotel wastesof blue waters, on admirable > ZEHZoa?; EI co-j-TOXajni
BUCKINGHAM Opposite Alcazar and Alameda.f site surely a seaside resort within astone's -
d'8
e
Plcure8'iue
lawjis. Home-like
throw of San Francisco.Carville .
and comfortable.
Kates moderate.GEO. .
NOW OPEN. and its cars belong to Adolph "Yes, I wish dat rhaiulcss craze 'ud MIAMI, FLORIDA.
U. HOWE
Proprietor. Sutro. You may occupy a car there, strike dis establishment!" New York Lttrnttnl
Perfectly now hotel with all modern Improvements. on park, one'
leaso it even at the rate of $5 per month. Journal. block from Hotel Royal Palm, coniummllng splendid view of Biseayno Bay. Katefi *- ,'. > Yon may convert it to 'domestic purposes per day and upward. Special rates by week or month. " ;
6 Ocean View Hotel ST.'AUGUSTINE furnish it elaborately, but you Tho Mlnlater* Salary.
PLA. cannot purchase it or its site for love ormoney. Deacon Skiutiiut Wo'vefaital again

The location, thinks Mr. Sutro, this year, Mr Dominie. Can't raise
'
and liberal
Under new MAflNOLlA MlMtlXOM -
management. Handsome and home-like ,
: located one half salary. Vf
f Plaza within seventy-ave feet of the old who is a man of much foresight, has afuture. your
sea wall and fwmU
the 1 have
on Good Minitttcr No matter.
itiful Matanzaa.Bay, with an unobstructed view of the Atlantic Ocean What other great city has & '
Anns
Wd and Old Spanish Fort. Kates, $2 to $2.50 per day. Special'by seaside resort at its doors, he wants toknow. had myself appointed a missionary to 'OX THE ST.Manager.'H
Open all the year. j. C. nAYDKN, Manager t, e Here is a London with its Brighton the heathen and will soon bo in tho pay Magnolia Springs Hotel of
in the suburbs, a New York with of the board of missions."Ehl tfully
a Narragansett Pier on its water front Air you goiu to Africa?" Excellent shooting and fishing. W. V. INOOLD,

LAZA rlO 1 Xllw Why, it will be worth millions yet. "No. I shall stay right here. New O. D. Soavoy Co., owners. '
ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. The plutocrat of the twentieth century York Weekly.

Most centrallylocated. Fronting the Old Spanish Plaza and the Atlantic will have his villa here rather than onPaciflo
n. Splendid view from Us long and broad Indeed Went to Headquarter*.
verandas. Rates, $2.00 per day and Heights or at Burlingame.
ard Special rates by the week. First-class Thin Boarder 1 don't sue how Went Coast HotoM.FLORIDA .
; table board at reasonable rateB.Mns. Mr. Sutro, who had the imagination you < u
A. S. PELL.OTEL to build the biggest and ugliest manage to fare so well at this boardinghouse
baths in America and a Cliff House 1 have industriously courted the

that looks like a fortified drygoods box, landlady and all her daughters, but I'm "

MAGNOLIA- has but to close his eyes and.see a vision halt starved. v'tffln'
,* ,. of ''pale pick palaces embowered in Fat Boarder 1 court the cook. New

The Hotel Magnolia is being renovated and Improved. Will open January verdure along the boulevard stretching York Weekly. -GULF COAST HOTELS--

Rates, $2.50 per day and upward. over the sand dunes to the gum trees in

GEO. C. HOWE, Proprietor.e the distance, and all paying tribute to Mo Stay. For Her."Stay "
his foresight This is the ocean beach 1" he murmured. "Stay!
according to Sutra She turned and faced him in the door ONI

ST. AUGUSTINE, FLAIm W. M. Coward's domioile is a summer
e St. George villa the swell know place of Car way."No," she said. "1 can't do that I'ma

.V. ;, APamly, UoM- Transient, $2.50 and up; ville. It is hung with portieres, equipped dress reformer. Cleveland Plain PLANT SYSTEM.
kly, Bingle rooms$15 to $17.50; two persons occupying one room $25 to **5 with a dining table, a tiny kitchen and Dealer. I
1 most comfortable, homelike family and transient hotel In the South: occupy!
tlie most central location In all the other' domestic attributes. Its A -if ,
the city, corner St. George street and the Plaza in I'artlnc.Penelupe
lo proximity to- the large hotels, casino, bay, postoffice, old Cathedral etc outfit of furniture and trappings cost Their engagement created Tampa, Fla.- TAMPABAV HOTEL, Now Open.. \,

Ins. C. D. Tylkr, owner & prop. John Jay Bjsnson, Manager. (ISO, and really the' impression you quite a seusution, but I believe that some I>. V, HATHAWAY, Mummer.
have of the interior is quite sumptuous.It '
might be a Pullman car, or a oozy cruel Marie misunderstanding ies, he understood parted that them.her Port Tampa, Fla.T1E, *. Now Open.., *;. ,< (

corner in a plutocrat's mansion, or father was woultny. Brooklyn Life. J. II. ML'KIHCK, Manniiar.
OPEN THROUGH APRIL. something equally luxurious,if you can
Beautifully and centrally locateil. think 'of it Here oometh the owner Lavoule.Thoughtly Winter Park, FlaT11E brminolb, Now Open. '.

ItiStf&S: *: Well appointed.. Elevator, steam every Sunday armed with the materials Well, old man, I understand -, j' ,A. E, DICK, ManitKir.
tillsK heat, gas, electrio bells, excellent for the babbuth dinner, aud he and his
water,and large,well-shaded lawn. family enjoy tho ozune and the freedom yusterday.you applied What' was fur the a good outcome position? Ocala, Fla.- TE ooala house, Now Open-

Rates reduced from $1 to $2 and of beach, park and wind dunes. If he Lucky Jim (cheerfully) income.-- i>. r. nitowN, MuiiK r. ,
$3* chooses, he may live there the week
J. T. SKILES through, as Captain Dailey does. The Cincinnati Commercial Tribune. Belleair, Fla.- THE 11ELLEV1EW, Now Open.

captain is a gentleman of prominence W. A. ll.tR.llON, Miiimiior.
A Uie For Kncliatt Aparro a.
and education, who found himself a few
>V. W; PALMER. years back broken in health and out of The crusado against the killing of Punta Gorda, Fla.- TIE, puntaoouda hotel, now open...

* ? Formerly Hotel Magnolia. pocket There was a bit of a hut set out our song birds 'cannot but receive the K. II. AHHonJ Manaiivr,
on the edge of the ocean which he obtained Indorsement of every right minded wotnanr -
leave to occupy, believing that We are all ready to Join Audubon Fort Myers, Fla.- '1IE *our mvers HOTEL, Now Open.

the fresh, free air of the Paciflo was endowed societies and to help in every way r. II. AIIHOTT, aiaiiuifur.Klssimmee .
with healing Virtues which the to keep our forests peopled with beauty
and tuneful with song. But there is a Fla.TIE kiswmmeb iiotki.I. Now Open.
DAYTONA.he atmosphere of {he city proper did not ,
possess. An invalid veritably, thongh little rowdy fellow beyond the pale of .. E. 1IUI.I.OCK, Manuner.
made the hut his our sympathies that wicked little
in he
young spirit, fighter, the English sparrow. Individ'tially Send to each manager as to rates and rooms, and to tlie undersigned as te rullway'or -
domicile-and ever since he has waxed
Holly Inn * Daytona Fla. strong and hearty, regained his lost he is harmless enough, but collectively steamship rates, or sleeping car lines health and secured a new-lease of life. he is capable of the greatest
The little cabin has been transformed mischief. The extermination of our W. WRENN, Passenger Trafllo Manager,

Located on the beautiful.Halifax. into a quaint residence ornamented with oag birds is apparently tho chief aim Savannah', Ga.

The most and of In the the spoils of the sea. Behind It are of his.existence. We can never forgive
pleasant ample surroundings any city.O. stacked up timbers and shells and cocoanut him, but our wrath against him should

HOWES, busks and Innumerable other articles be mollified because of his one redeeming

Proprietor.ALMETTO of flotsam and jetsam. A dining point he is good in pie. "Four and
room has been scooped out of the sands twenty" of him would reproduce that ...NEW YORK...
and around the walls grow flowers. matchless dish of nursery fame. Under
But it is the collection of bottles) yon the alias of "reedbird" he is constantly
HOUSE
will look at with the deepest interest sold in our markets and praised by

DAYTONA, FLORIDA, Such an array of bottles standing In purchasers in the final act of disposing ofhim.
and braaore of the establishment So let us enjoy sparrow pie In -"- = jn f--- -rTr
b every corner I SrV rf 4 1; tt r-iy in in i.mi iiaannaa
now for the banks of the Halifax
open the winter Situated on
season. of them picked and out of season, since we may do so
" every one upby
hunting and fishing locality,
without a moral twinge and indeed feel
nest of accommodations and excellent cuisine. Rates moderate. the captain in bis morning tramp
along the 'great broad beach, which that we are doing society a service.
LEON DESPLAND, Prop. Ella Morris Kretschmar in .Woman's tfi
curves in shining reaches away,to Lake *
Merced I II* will tell you of the charm Home Companion.A .

of life on the ocean shore and assure
CORONADO BEACH. you that the sea fogs have their abiding Take Mralchtealag KxihlaoAs

place not on the water's edge, but amid is generally known,, when cold
CORONADO BEACH, FLA. the chimney pots of the city. II* will drawn steel tubing emerges,from, the
descant to you of renewed vitality and die it curves more or lead and mast .be
. UUlUlj ()a p.,,,,,,,,, 0ppit New Smyrna.hotel earrtaitemeet Oj-mallttie! year.l ail. buoyancy of spirits gained front the sea straightened before it can be used. This
/l Mnn,Hnntlntf,and surf bathings 10 miles of hard beach;
"> Rate,, a.oo per day j Special been done by band, but a machine
which is made at Hagerttowu. lad., Its*MIiB *III ifi
World Hue Overpeopled."In .
t
not only straightens tubing, but at the
TITUSVILLE.PT3DlLS3Sr about 260 ," said the scientist
years same time polishes it and removes dents,
"when the world's population ex* kinks and all other imperfections. It

HOTEL ceeds 5,004,000,000, tne-rWth will bt will operate equally well on gas pipe
3E3I7'Eie unable to find nourishment for hei dr ahaftinga Iron Age. | ||| d
people, and they will be forced eitheito

TITUSVILLE cannibalism or starvation." ITEMS OF INTEREST.Dulwtcb. .
"'And just think, papa," said tht -__a _J _ r

Indian River.Fla. daughter, "what trouble there'll be foius now a populous district of
to get thro jh the crowds on the bicycles London, still has a tollgate across one
!" Yonkers btatesnian. of us main streets at which tolls are

collected rtgnlarlrA

J. O. BAST, Mot to Ho BeoOod At.no German paper calls attention to

MANjKJEH. Let man scoff at a young couple the tmt that at Aacbt-u aloue hX( ) tons
occupying both sides of a front fetic* in of stevl wire are dmh! up annually in '

All The Y ar. the twilight. Not only a gate, but a wedding | the mau a tartar*wt w die 4.60O.UO000U ,- The MORROW HOUSE.... ;
Open may hinge uponit Philadelphia in number, valu l at $1,600,000 SOUTHERNERSt

Times. __________ One of the stations ofthe railway CRESCENT CITYj.JXAl
NEW YORK CITY will
VISITING
Only a f w minutes' A Sa ace Slar.Mr which la to be built from the Jted seato Centrally located: eoavenleat te>'th 1//
walk from Railway tations -Old boy I remember the first fish the top of Mount blnat will be on find good accommodations, at reasonable and steamboat landings. .flpeoal -'
and Steamboat landing X ever caught spot where It ia supposed Moaee prices, at 74-Clinton Place. attention given to commercial travel.
SL (- in <* m it W tMMi rtl jIUs Pert What was it an ichthyo- stood when he received the two table* One door from Fifth A venae, and close Only first-class hotel la tbe city *- all
I On the banks of the ___? Harlem Life. of the law from Jehovah. to Washington square. Very central. the year. Kates, $J per day: sp e J.Wtbe
week. IDA. M HJSCXOIC
'far-famed India* River. Refer to editor of this paper.











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INDIAN RIVEE ADVOCATE, APRIL 15, .1898.


(lame and Fl h Warden Appointed.Vaucy Dividing tbe Tax Receipts.Florida's .Edgerton Orange Grove.


Governor W. D. Bloxbam has appointed State Treasurer has remitted For sale, that beautiful piece of property (Successor to Lovett A Carroll.)
Mi.ASClf A. A. Ford, of St. Lucie, to be game to Brevard and JJade counties their known as tbe Edgerton Orange
and fish warden for Brevard county. proper proportion of receipts from the Grove, situate on the west side or Indian GROCERIES FRUITS and VEGETABLES of
_! sales and redemptions of tax sales certificates River, a few miles south of Rockledge. All ft..
coveting lands la the above Nice residence, good wharf, river front,
Land OBm Bntrlea, Crockery Glass and Tinware. Tour
counties, as follows, for March, 181)8: 60 acres -of land, 21 acres in bearing orange patronage Solicit
Brevard $18.1.20 Dade One of the most desirable -
; $9.02.Foond grove. TITUSVILLE, Florida
During the month of March there were places on the East Coast. Ten minutes
forty-seven entries at the United States walk from postofflee and F. E. C. Railwav -
Inter "B3T" Heading nutloe nds. on thin page Teachers' Summer Schools.
laml olllce Gainesville and IhUty-four needs
at station. .Very rich land, and
jr. re live cents per line per wwk.ITaiicy final proofs. There were twelve excess no fertilizer. th XjiaSE w-r.-.XD' r dG ElESol

entries, embracing 17.5 acres of land. The following assignments for teach Will bear about 000 boxes of oranges

lMnenpple Slips & Suckers ers' white summer schools, supported this vear, and In three years will bear Groceries, Grain. Hay, Garden Seed, Fertilizers, Staple & Fancy Groceries fl
by State and Pes bod v funds, have been 5,000 boxes. First-class In every respect. ,
fur Sales.Abbakas Change of Schedule. made by State Supt, Win, N. Sheafs: Fine sail boat, all kinds of tools, etc.. togo And Food Products of all kinds. Graln Hay, Bran, Cotton Seed Meal r>Js>
Chipley, Crawfordvllle, Perrv, Jacksonville with property, which will be sold at a Food and Wheat. We are the only house on Indian River dealing excluCr
Egyptian Queen, Golden The northbound passenger train on Bronson, Dade ( Hy, Umatilla, low figure. Apply to the attorney for the above line of goods. We invite your correspondence and solicit you, 1
VLueen, Porto Woo. Smooth Cayenne and the F. E. C. H'y. Is now doe here at l&Op. Kissimmee and Tltusvllle (or some other owner, Very truly, E. L. BRADY A BROM TituvHTo
lied Spanish. Apply toDixvuocK m., and tbe southbound at 3:13 p. in. place agreed upon by the superintendents D. L. OAt-r-DEW,
A Matthams, This change of schedule went into effect of the counties of Brevard, Dade and TitusviUe, Fla.
"Palm Beach rinery," Tuesday. Monroe).
West Palm Beach, Fla. & Motlow
Yacht for Charter. Losley
Married at Fort Dram.An Miami Customs. ,

Pineapple Plants. The sloop Golden Rule may be (Successors to LOSLEY, RENAKER A CO.)
event of some Interest took place During the tourist season the Miami chartered by the hour, day or week, on
Hardy, vigorous, grown without alieltnr In Fort Drum last Wednesday, It being custom-bouse has made a splendid Increase reasonable terms. Applv toCapt. Foreign and Domestic Brands of Wines-Brandies, Runs Gins and
smooth-leaved Cayenne, Abbakaatffca the occasion of tbe marriage of A. J.Dunwoody over last year. Collector Featherly Oko. Cook, ,
Jamaica Ripley plants for aale.H. to Miss California Swatn. A reports as follows: "Imports four Tltusvllle, Fla.SnOE : Bottled Beers, Ales and Stont.A .
0. 11. Ttwdall, great many relatives and friends were times greater than last year, leas 79 cents.
Waveland, Fla.Itare present at the ceremony and wedding Dutiable articles In passengers' baggage Flrst-ctass Lino of Cigars. Billiard and Pool Tabl

supper. Fort Drum was quite en fete on more than four times as much as last REPAIRING. S. J. Meador, of and hotel trade Is solicited. Prompt and careful attention
the above auspicious occasion. year. Official fees $130.40 more than Columbia, S. C, has taken the business Family order. LOSLEY given in.ordors. *
Cliance.Tor last year." This makes a very credit* recently vacated by J A. Daugh- Cash must accompany your A MOTLOW, TltusvlDs,

%m Dead.Mrs. able showing for the business of the try, and will attend to the repairing of
tale, on RId ewood avenue, Day. second year. boots and shoes. Next to barber shop.
%>n.t, a very nloe residence and Improved

*>t, In a desirable location, llouso Isn C. Hammond, wife of Judge1Chas. IF YOU NEED a Good, Reliable and ] :: will keep constantly on hand a Full Supply of [- T*
Start
rented and an Oetrlch Farm.
w pays ten per Cent net, Hammond, was found dead In her Subscribe for
Thin it well worth your attention. room at home In Cocoa, about noon, the Widely-read Newspaper. AND'
Advocate.S3T"
Address, P. L. A., Tuesday, being dead about two hours. Mr. J. G. Bast, of the Ostiloh Firm at CYPRESS GEORGIA PINE LUMBER
Care Advocate office.tSnnrantoe Heart failure is said to have been the Courtenny, Fla., reports as Incremte of
on use. The funeral took place on the Hook by the advent of six ostrich I' yu receive a sample copy of DRESSED AND ROUGH.

12 per cent Interest.Rleveu Wednesday afternoon at A o'clock p. ra., chloks. They are sriong and vigorous, the Advocate, it is an Intimation that Also Mouldings and Turned Work, Blick, Lime,"Cement, Crates of all deicriptkOltvi
from the residence of deceased. and are as tendeily nurttiied utidei the It would give us pleasure to add your
x7llo .
acres land, fronts on Indian protecting wing of the mammoth name to our fast-increasing list of sub PloricJEASTER

jnul Banana Hirer; .msll cottage, 2 arteUa Wanted mother bird as the young of the bain- scribers. It does nut cost you three
yard hen. A fine opportunity will be cents per week (postage included) when
wells KM)
nlceotango trees, lltX>Jwtaeapple
it be sent to James Pbitchaud, President; W. M. Bkowk, Vice-President
plants, shipped over 20)ciates afforded to anyone desiring to start an taken by the year, and can :
To for easb one-balf ostrich farm in part of the United States or C. S. Schuyler, Cashier.
Itnt season; guavas, mangoes, Japan porImmuu buy a or one. as the chicks, together you any
and other frulriton place. Price third Interest In a good paying country with the parent blids, Mr. Bust inlormsus Canada without extra expense.

41,500. Address 15, Advocate olflce. store. Must be a good paying Investment aie for sale at a reasonable figure. INDIAN RIVER STATE
Titus*I lie,Fla. and a good village In Florida, BANIIncorporator'
bend full particulars toJambs
Some of the Kffeets of War.
Pai.mkr ROBBINS & GRAHAM
,
..I BUT OR SELL... Patchogue, Long Island, N. Y. ( "nd< li Twsnf tho State of Florida.)
Owing to the discontinuance of the
Confederate Money Bonds & Plant line of steameis be'ween Key West ...XjiCa.w y OXJ3... Authorized capital, $|OO,0, (
Mines
Lay < i the Kut CoaxUA
Paid
capital
,
,
and Havana, the mall heretofore carried up $25,0,
-POSTAGE STAMPS. by that route will have to go to New Average deposits, $150C
detaohment of nine United States York, thence to be taken ,to Cuba; In WILL PRACTICE IN STATE AND
Largest stock in the woild. Address army engineers from Company B, Corps the same way, the Bahama Inland* mail COURTS.
CIIAS. I). BARKER, Atlanta, Oa. of Engineers, of Wlllets Point, N. Y., goes to New Yolk, to be carried flora UNITED STATES Transacts a General Baiiusiuess.

passed through Tltusvllle, Friday afternoon there to its final destination; and, in
last, en route to Miami and Key fact, even Key West mail will have togo
ABSTRACTS or Title Famished .
JOSEPH ZAPF.... West, to lay cables, electrical apparatus vi k this very cliculrous route, earning

and mines; so that Spanish waishlps up either the east or west coast, and for Lands in Brevard and Dade Largest and Oldest Ban. on mi lii
WU0LK8ALK VKAI.ECUAnheaserBuscli will receive a warm reception should thence to New York and back down

they attempt to go Into these ports, (lf again to>Cuba. Counties. (Exchange sold oa all Foreign ConnlM.To .
Brewing Ass'nFamous war is declared.

St, Lduls Lager lieer. List of furor*. DIRECTORS:
Repairing the Wharf, We have List jAS.PapreHABD.'W.B BABKETVIFm*
.'Sold by Losley ationil Buk) I IJDuhkbe

auttfacturer of Sodu ami Mineral Roadmaster W. Baldwin, of the J., Jurors drawn for the spring teim of Circuit of Lands owned by Jacksonville), and W. M. Bsovn.
Waters. Wholesa e Liquor Dealer, T. A K. W. Railway, has had a force or Couit, which will convene In Tltusvllle CORRE8PONDKNT8.Seaboard .
SANFORD, FLORIDA. men emyloyed doing considerable repairing on Monday, the iioth day of this ourselves and clients. National Bank of New Tort
to the Tltusvllle railway wharf, month: National Bank of Jacksorvllle.J .

lately. They made a neat job of the S. A. Kettles, N. King, W. R. Hardee, Price for unimproved JLtAs: Jk JL V.
IN TITUSVILUE.Itaster work, which will be much appreciated J. J. Tucker, N. P. Nelson, A. Dyal, JJ. ,
by the passengers who travel to ana Joyner, K. Pentlaod, T. S. Sandois, lands $3 to $ 1
from the steamboats, and those pedestrians A. B. Hamor, E. B. Carter, G. S. Har Op
Sunday dawned blight and who enjoy the refreshing breezes dee, W. A. Hall, W. E. Chandler, W. E.
Southern spring day, the atmospherical dock. II. L. Richtrdson, W. R. Sanders, Dan
(Conditions being all that could bu wished Sloan, L. C. Moore, J M. Morgan, W. have a few Residence, Orange
for; while an air of solemn quiotnena Florida Orange* tho Heat, Walton, C. W. Faber, H. U. Burke, F. C.Piange BROS..Proprietors.T71x .
(prevailed throughout the day, bioken4nly S. J. W. Soott, A. Cleveland, T" Grove and Pineapple Properties In desirable
l>n the morning by the joyous peuliag B. Cantine, SHendry.. 3LjO a,<3lTie IDy Hoia.se.Tblrtyflve .
A letter fiom
of church bulls unuouiiolng that the Mr. W. R. Chaplain, of locations. Prices Reasonable. >

penitential days of the Lenten sensonmeteutanend the Russell Brokerage Co of Lincoln, years experience in Cleaning and Dyeing. Ladies and Genu' cloibing
and seeming to enjoin Neb., to Mr, John J. Jacob, who la now Indian Itlver 4)y ter Permit*.
all to rejoice In giving piulse to the in TitusviUe, says: "The, H'loilda frezo Offices = 1 TITUS YILLE cleaned, dyed, lepalred and pressed. AH work guaranteed.

Most High on this most ouiumemornble hit me a little, for I had just commenced Cocoa, Fla., April 14, 181)8.Rditor ) and MIAMI. 13 Newnan St E ist Side. JACKSONVILLE, FLA,
to have some trade In Florida r e
dtyof all days to Christian bulievete.As oranges
Tlie season before the freeue I sold Indian Rivrr Admcatf:
tho hour chew neiir for woiship In over
die various ohiirohes, the streets wore twenty cai loads of oranges. I would be Dear Sir : I think the Brevard County East Coast Meat Market
Mm animated uppoaianoe with the many glad to see them got back to fruit, for Commlssioneia are going beyond their E8TVBLI8HBD 187S.
ffelislously-lnoliued of our coinmuulty Florida oranges are certainly much power to grunt permits to Tom, Dick
On their way to oliuicli, the ladles and sweeter" and finer than the California and Harry, to- plant oysters on their DUREN, Agent. Wm.
becomingly attired In their pretty fruit. riparhin rights when there la alieady acrou as' **nP ABOUItS & CO....
losses and hats, and other accessorlisf of oysters which has become a natural CD
E inter attire so dear to the feminine Fortify the Kan* CoaaUA bed. They should never give a fiRAlN GARDEN SEEDS MD FERTILIZERS
heart at this sonsoti of the year. At the permit without making an culmination ,

Ceveial edifices, whioll were appropriately petition has boon icirculated In Tl of the.ground, for the paitlos asking East Biv Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.We .
decorated for the occasion, special tusvllle and other E ist Const towns for for the permit do it knowing that the handle onIV the best and mnnt n li..ale Seeds. A complete stock ot DB
nrvlces were hold ledolent of thanksgiving slgnaturesto be presented'to the United oysters already exist In those places. Corn Oats Flour Uran Meal both oiigni'daik
,
Wheat. Grits, Meal, I'ottoD Seed ,
and Some day trouble will arise which
ami all will
praise, were well States Senate and Congress, diawing at wholesale. State Co.
foi t-Allen Feitil1ze<
agents I'vgei
illled with devout cou lideations.S' tlielr attention to the necessity of foitlfylngor diaw the county into a lawsuit. roreOw
Star Hranrt Feril lieniimrant e AnalyMs.Oranite tree
GabrloPa Episcopal chuich, at the atfoiding some means of pioteciio Pkkmit. Bone, Nitrate Soila, tliirlateof Pocwhfiulrihate PmimIi. Kalnlt.. eto. Tlieea ferUliM" u
Wioinlog servious, was attended by aluge n to New Smyrna Inlet.Piepnratlons superior In tbe market,and a trlafcwill convince. Sentl or catalogue free.E .
number of membeis and other by United States englneeis BOARD OF TRADE MEETING.
a/.trslilpers. The ducorutinn* about point to the Immediate fortifying

the4chancel weie arranged with profusejtess of Biscayne liay, making a pi o tec tod The Tltusvllle Board of Trado held of the Battle*
and exquisite taste by the ladies of rendezvous for sm ill war veswols at Miami their regular mouthly meeting, Wednesday TitusviUe, Floaida.IfflTJM'i TirefcauncleEntf
the church, and Included palms, feins, and the.fortifying of Kgmonc Key evening Judge Jones, the president Kentucky
lilies, cut lloweis and evergteens, which to make them a safe rendezvous of army and Mayor Lund, ,the vice-presi Was the signal for all loyal Kentuckit*
iili tbe subdued light' shed by the and navy forces. This, with the planned dent, both being absent, exMavorScrimgeour who know what good whlnkey Is. m
iMiining candles ou the altar tab/e/ and system of submerged mines at tbe mouth was called to the chair. The iKSTlTBJACKSONVILLE ten it with good old Bourbon. Tiewof |
ross of pure white In the buckuroiitid, of the St. Johns river, will he a big protection full Executive Committee Messrs, Geo.M. Florid* who- know a good tnIM
lot mod a truly bountiful aud tilting to the Atlantic and Oult coasts. Bobbins, R. W. Rhodes ami E. L. they test It, always buy their i'"PP""
jiloHiie. Thu special sirvlces were contfucted Brady were in attendances also FLA. and high grade *
by Archdeaoon 11, F. Brown, Treasurer Wm. M. Brown, and S>ecretaiy for th tCttRorLIQU B,<)rirn.HOBPHI>s our pure, smooth Baker brand is gf**
A Serious Aeoldent. MMAI.ME, fine whiskies. The
3A sermon ou the Rusurieotlon, fragraut J. G. Bast, beside these were Chas. II. TDBirtUsnd tlUlCEr K lUBIlh.
ant.
Adopted br tbe XJ. 8. tavotite tonlo stlmu
Oovernmf as a
**ltt the memories of our risen tonvlour, Walton, of the Aiitocate; E. B. Wager, rrl.lrull a. Jr. k l.r |nclulis Jarkumlll.nl. ,Vta.ewbae'tarlem .
%iing full of pathos to his heureis, giving The DeLand Supplement, referring toan of tbe Florida Star; J. Marion Dixon, > far.U.lonulil llogse Ms. JOHN CLARK SON & CO.,
new |iope and ponce to man and accident to Dick Ray, son of Mr. S.II. and a number of otheis membeis as and dealer!
rtllef from the d.nkuess of superstition Ray, a, foimer well-known resident well as visitors. Among the latter was Commission Merchants A W*
ami sin The musical piogramme, by lis of Tltusvllle, says: County Commissioner Jos. Mendel, of Ijhi monlous rendering, was an appro4 "Dick K.iy, the small son of Mr. S. H. LaGrange, who is interested in the shelling ,KSo.' if1"SrT! ,..f druuKlaw co >: ,I" lm forever. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
>il tie feature of the services, the special Ray, had quite a serious accident last of the roads In his district. refund money.MILLINERY. Consignments of c6untry prw
anthems being sung with Hue effect. Thursday. Dick, with a number 'ofTlie Besides the collection of the monthly solicited.
choir was composed of Mesdames J.by was playing leap frog, and In atY. dues of the members and the payment
Miller, B. V. Blown end F. A. Mor. tenpting to leap, caught his foot in one of tbe bills contracted during the past
f 411; Miss Aline Kgger, and Messrs. Chat. > "' tbe boys' suspenders, whleh threw /Vnonth, no business of importance was
I. and P. O. Walton; with Mr. E. B.I him to tho around breaking bis collar transacted. The committee appointed . THE C. B. ROGERS
W tiger as the efficient oignnlst. ( bone. This Is Ihn second time bo has to confer with the Town Council to
Ou Monday afteinoon an Easter egg-' broken his collar bone, nu l In the same bring about a retrenchment of the town's and DRESSMAKING.Mall .
limit was Indulged in by the children of Pljwe. He Is getting along nicely, but expenses, reported their efforts successful Importers and Wholesale Grocers.
f>t. Gabriel's Sunday school, in the lesldenue will not be able to be out for some to the extent that the town tax rate

grounds of .Mr. anil Mrs. Wm. M. weeks." would likely be lowered from J1) to 20mills. ....Provisions Grain Hay Flour Grits Meal Elc
Itiown, under the charming supervision Dick's many voting (and old) friends The committee to communicate ,
f Mesdames T. T. Wetmoteand W. M, in Tltusvllle will be glad to hear of his with the various railroad officials for a the B*
Sole
ItroMn, ably, -assisted by other Indies. speedy reooVery frdm so unfortunate anaccident. reduced rate on shell, to be used for Improving Agents forFAIRBANK Our business confined to
"1 he little folks had u good time and lots We also regret to learn that the roads, reported progress.A CANNING CC. LION Orders from consumers
Of (on huntingforthegiilly-coloied eggs Mr. Ray has been on the sick1 list for special committee waa appointed, only.
lu obscure nooks and other out of-the- some time past. consisting of Wm. M. Brown and E. L. BRAND CANNED MEATS, solicited nor desired.

way places In the garden, and also eni Brady, to confer and act with the Town
>ted tbe other good things which had Must be Sold.Kleetrle Council In a system to bring about the Quotations made promptly on application
ten bountifully provided for the ocOsion. keeping of the records and accounts of
the town. In such a manner that a concise
There was no dance on Monday nlgbtrMSa Eighty-eight acres fine pineapple land, monthly statement and trial balance
former years, with six and a half acres grubbed, ready sheet could be rend, red at each monthly
for setting out pineapples. About 20a meeting of the Town Council.An WANTED.
...
res fenced, story and a half house, amendment to the constitution ot
Lights for Merrltt.A with porches, deep navigable creek running the Board, offered at the last regular Hides
through place, emptying Into In meeting by Mr. Geo. M. Bobbins, passed Fnrs, Wool Largest Alligator Skins Tallow,
turbine ,
water.wheel and other at dian River; some good vegetable land. a final reading, and was adopted by atwothirds
tachments pertaining to It have arrived All good, high land, situated at Fort vote. The amendment provides orders solicited.
feere from the factory of S. Morgan Pierce, close to river and F. E. C. R'y, that "The Board shall Incur no Satisfaction Bees-Wax, by the
.
Smith Jk Co., York, Pa. The wheel is and county road running along the Indebtedness nor contract liabilities beyond guaranteed.Mrs.
U> be connected with the artesian wells whole length of place. No reasonable the Income from regular duea and Helen W. Reynolds SOUTHERN HIDE & SKIN co.i .
n tbe Merrltt property of Mr. P. J. offer refused, and will accept part cash, Initiation fees." ,
ONevras, of Brooklyn, N. Y., and will balance .Tltusvllle. Fla.SeToIlae REFERENCE
on time. Must be sold at once. The executive committee were authorized : National Bank State of Florida.
-apply>Uut for the Nevins'motive power Klverview In an electrloX Clear title. Address P. O. box 208, to procure more furniture, and the Office, Rob Building. Hide Warehouse 446 to 448, Jackson St.
hotel and
West Palm Beach, Fla., janitor to open the rooms nightly, after for Fifty Cents.
1 on nds. Or A. J. Lewis, Fort Pierce, Fla. which the Board adjourned. Guaranteed tobacco habit enre.makes weak JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. +lf
mea sirens, blood pure. Ww We 1"flor
AU pay one-fourth to firm
one-half
cent more per-lb. for hides than any











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